I Spy Tours is offering walking guided tours all over the Bay Area, focusing on the women who lived, worked, and contributed to the shape, history, and atmosphere of this place.
You will hear the stories about artists, pioneers, revolutionaries, educators, writers, and more, and all others who influenced the area.
Each tour in the “Wonder Women of the Bay Area” series is focusing on a specific neighborhood, and the “Julia Morgan” series follows the work of California’s first licensed female architect in three different tours in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley.
Other excellent guided tours in San Francisco:
Muir Woods Tour of California Coastal Redwoods (Entrance fee included)
Straight to the Gate Access: Golden Gate Bay Cruise
San Francisco Dinner Dance Cruise
GoCar San Francisco Tour
Alcatraz with San Francisco Bay Cruise
Big Bus San Francisco Hop-on Hop-off Open Top Tour
San Francisco Bay Sunset Catamaran Cruise
Check out some self-guided tour options in San Francisco:
#MadeByWomen Murals in San Francisco.
Women’s Trail – 7 Places of Female Legacy in San Francisco. Read more...
Explore art in a feminist’s eye by following women artists and their artworks.
Learn about their point of view throughout the years, be impressed by represented female artists and uncover those who had been forgotten, hear their struggles as female artists in a male-dominated world and how they broke barriers so they can create and display their arts. Read more...
Walk the streets of the Castro district to learn in-depth how San Francisco became the “LGBTQ Mecca.” and a center for LGBT rights and activism.
Your experienced local guide will lead you between the landmarks related to the history of the LGBTQ community in the neighborhood – Pink Triangle Memorial Park, the Rainbow Honor Walk Project, the AIDS Quilt Names Project, and the Human Rights Campaign.
You will discover the connection between the Gold Rush to the first gay community of the city and the link between Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag, and hear the stories of famous LGTBQ people and their contributions to social and political events, including WW2, the Civil Rights Movement, and The Summer of Love. Read more...
Rediscover San Francisco’s history through the eyes of 12 daring women who made their mark on the city.
Hear their perspective on the city and how they faced and overcame social issues such as racism, sexism and class distinctions.
Between theater district and North Beach, you’ll get to know some of San Francisco’s finest women, including Maya Angelou, Phyllis Diller, Lillie Coit, and Mary Ellen Pleasant. Read more...
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Explore the website for excellent guided tours, travel tips, unique landmarks, fun girlfriend getaways, events, and in-depth articles about gender, equality, space, and (not-told-enough) female legacy.