Nee awww nee awww....not only is that the sound of a fire engine, but it's the sound of a fire engine YOU can ride in! All with San Francisco Fire Engine Tours! Fun!
Starting at The Cannery at the very famous Fisherman's Wharf, your 75 minute tour will take you across the Golden Gate Bridge. While you may have crossed the Bridge before and seen the San Francisco sights, you certainly haven't done it in a 1955 Mack Fire Engine! And if you haven't seen the sights before, you are in for a real treat!
You go through the Presidio, to Crissy Field, and then over that famous Golden Gate Bridge, before heading to Sausalito where you will be able to check out the super cool views over the Bay. After that you head to Fort Baker and back over the bridge and through Union Square.
Feeling chilly? Not to worry - you're only given authentic fire gear to wear! Bet you haven't worn a proper fire suit before?
Throughout the year they hold speciality tours, such as Horseback Tours and Winery Tours (combined with the Fire Engine Tour) - as well as seasonal tours such as Christmas and Halloween, so keep an eye out for those!
Fire Engine Tours leave 4 times a day so you can always fit one into your day if you are pressed for time.
Seating is limited to make sure you book in advance.
Now let's go fight some fires!
Can you hear the sirens calling you!? Well, if you can, you must be close to The Cannery on Fisherman's Wharf. This is located on Beach St at the foot of Columbus Ave.
It's easy to reach by the Hyde Street Cable Car, or you can take the "F" line vintage trolley bus.
If you drive, there is a parking garage located directly across from the street. Unfortunately this can't accommodate over sized vehicles.
$44 (children 2-12), $54 (ages 13 - 17)
There are plenty of places in the area to enjoy something to eat!
Have a look at speciality tours as you can combine tours for a discount. Don't forget to pre-book any tour as the spaces are limited and it might be sold out! We don't want you to miss out!
Unfortunately the engine isn't wheelchair accessible. If you have any questions, be sure to contact someone before you book.
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