San Francisco Fire Engine Tour

Ride in Style on a Vintage Fire Engine During a 90 Minute Tour of San Francisco

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About This Experience

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This is an adventure you  will always remember as you tour San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, the Presidio and Sausalito in an open air 1955 Big Red Shiny Mack Fire Engine!

After suiting up into an authentic fire suit you will leave Fisherman's Wharf and head through the Presidio, to Fort Point and then ride over the Golden Gate Bridge. Next, it’s on to Sausalito, a jewel of a village with magnificent views of San Francisco across the Bay. A photo stop at Fort Baker is next on the agenda before heading back over the bridge, through the lovely Union Street neighborhood and returning to the Cannery.

This unique trip around San Francisco is sure to satisfy anyone with childhood dreams of becoming a heroic firefighter. It's fun, exciting, and educational too.


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Where It's Located hide

  • San Francisco, California

Who Is Included hide

Participants
The San Francisco Fire Engine Tour Experience Gifts Certificate is valid for one participant, unless additional participants are added onto the certificate. There will be up to thirteen additional participants on the tour.

Guests
This experience is not suitable for non-paying guests.

When It Is Offered hide

The San Francisco Fire Engine Tour are offered up to seven days a week, year-round, subject to availability. Tours depart at 11:00 AM and additional tours at 1:00 PM are offered on occasion.

How Long Is It hide

The Fire Engine Tours have a tour length of 75 minutes and a total duration of approximately 1½ hours.

Weather hide

The Fire Engine Tours of San Francisco may be rescheduled due to heavy rain or other inclement weather.

What To Wear hide

Dress comfortably, flat, closed-toe shoes and layers are recommended for this outdoor adventure.

Additional Information hide

The San Francisco Fire Engine Tour departs from The Cannery at Fisherman's Wharf. The home of Engine Company 33 from 1896 to 1974 was The Old Firehouse. This Firehouse had two horses, a steamer, a Dalmatian and a rotating crew of firefighters from 1896 until 1921. The Firehouse was one of the last two San Francisco firehouses to become motorized. In 1974, the doors became too small for the bigger fire engines and they built a new 33 around the corner.

ITEM/SKU NUMBER: XD-901-002

Reservation Information hide

All changes to reservations for the San Francisco Fire Engine Tour Experience require seven (7) days advance notice.

Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.

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