South Beach and the South End Historic Warehouse District
Neighborhood: South Beach
Our free (donations welcome!), regularly scheduled tours are open to the public
but NOT open to parties of 8 or more.
If you plan to bring 8 or more walkers to a regular tour,
click here for more information on booking private group tours.
Learn the rich history of one of San Francisco’s most underappreciated neighborhoods. See scores of historic brick warehouses and industrial buildings including a half-dozen pre-earthquake structures in this recently revitalized neighborhood. Search for evidence underfoot of the area’s rich rail-roading history. Learn about a Chinese fishing village from the 1850s; the Pacific Mail Steamship Company; dockworkers’ waterfront restaurants and the artist who paints them. Experience good and not so good examples of adaptive reuse of historic buildings.
Thursday, June 20 at 10:00 am given by Marjorie Schwartz-Scott
This tour is also scheduled on those dates in the calendar below (after the map) where the tour time
is indicated (in red). You can advance to future months by clicking the >> symbol in the calendar
Meet on the corner of Brannan Street and Embarcadero (by the Delancey Street Restaurant awning).
This tour is offered all year
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Coordinator(s): Joshua Weinberg
Guide(s): Val Flood, Marjorie Schwartz-Scott, LeeAnne Spencer, Joshua Weinberg