49 Mile Scenic Drive

The San Francisco 49-Mile Scenic Drive Experience is a 6-hour showcase of many of San Francisco’s most famous attractions and historic landmarks. Established on September 14, 1938 as a promotion for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition, it features views of the then-newly-built Golden Gate Bridge (opened May 1937) and the Bay Bridge (opened November 1936), terminating at the fairgrounds on Treasure Island.


While most of this itinerary’s sites can be viewed from your vehicle, comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended for those vantage points inaccessible by car.


Embarcadero/Folsom Street

A waterfront promenade and gateway to the Financial District and SOMA (“South of Market”) neighborhoods.


Ferry Building

Historic terminal for trans-bay travel.


California Street Cable Cars

Ride the moving historic landmarks up the steep hills of the Financial District.


Moscone Center

Convention and conference center surrounded by museums.


Cable Cars at Powell

The turnaround for Cable Cars in the heart of the shopping district.


Painted Ladies

World-famous colorful Victorian homes.


Union Square

San Francisco’s most popular shopping district.


Steep Hill

One of many steep hills in San Francisco.


Chinatown Gate

Experience one of the world’s largest Chinatown districts.


TransAmerica Pyramid

A San Francisco skyscraper unusually shaped like a pyramid.


Coit Tower

Historic tower with amazing 360 degree views of San Francisco.


Filbert Steps

Very steep steps along Telegraph Hill.


Lombard Crooked Street

The crooked street that can be driven on.


Alcatraz

Historic prison island and a top attraction in San Francisco.


Sea Lions on Pier 39

Sea Lions mingle near Pier 39, noisy and curious.


Aquatic Park

A great view of Alcatraz.


Ghirardelli Square

Former chocolate factory now housing great shopping and an upscale hotel.


Maritime Museum

A museum to explore San Francisco’s maritime history.


Golden Gate Bridge

Visit the iconic Golden Gate Bridge links San Francisco to Marin County.


Fort Mason

A former US Army post with great architecture and cultural attractions.


Palace of Fine Arts

A breathtaking photo spot.


Gate to The Presidio

Scenic entry point to the Presidio Park.


Old Post Hospital

Historic former military hospital.


San Francisco National Cemetery

A US National Cemetery, one of only 3 allowed within the city.


Crissy Field

A former US Army airfield, remodeled into a recreational oasis.


Fort Point National Historic Site

A former army station once tasked to protect the city from hostile warships.


Baker Beach

A popular beach.


Lands End

Rocky and windswept shoreline with many hiking trails.


Lincoln Park Golf Club

A golf course located right within San Francisco City.


Ocean Beach

Always a chilly location with gorgeous views and breaking waves.


Market Street/Twin Peaks

View the length of Market Street from this hilltop location.


AT&T Park

The home of the San Francisco Giants baseball club.


Bay Bridge

Popular bridge connecting San Francisco and Oakland.


Treasure Island

Former Naval base now used for housing and to connect the Bay Bridge Sections.


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