New Tour- Cable Cars: Halfway to the Stars!

Since Andrew Smith Hallidie introduced Cable Cars in 1873, San Francisco’s cable car lines changed the landscape of San Francisco, making hilly neighborhoods accessible. The cable cars survived the 1906 earthquake and fire as well as outlasting political attempts to modernize transportation.

Cable Cars have captivated both locals and tourists alike blending technology, politics and passion. It’s been in operation for 150 years, and have become one of the most recognizable symbols of our City.

Whether you are a long-time resident or a first-time visitor to the City, this walking tour is a must-do experience for anyone interested in San Francisco’s history and culture. Grab a handle and step aboard the cable car.

For more information about the tour and to reserve a spot visit the tour page here.