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Napa Day Trip

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An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Napa Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to Napa. Napa is known for its grandiose and chateau like wineries. It is very regal and elegant in style. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Price: $159
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An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

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Napa Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to Napa. Napa is known for its grandiose and chateau like wineries. It is very regal and elegant in style. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Explore Russian River Valley by bike and enjoy Russian River Valley wine tasting with Gears and Grapes guided bike tours of top Russian River Valley wineries.

Russian River Valley Day Trip

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  • Russian River Valley Day Trip

Sonoma County is an additional top destination in California Wine Country. Sonoma is home to almost every type of grape grown in California: Alexander Valley shines at Cabernet Sauvignon production, Dry Creek Valley is home to some of California’s oldest Zinfandel vines, and the Russian River Valley produces top-quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Our days spent cycling through these region offer a plethora of opportunities to taste unique and exquisite wines. The Russian River consists of vast vineyards, rolling hills, and intimate family owned and operated wineries.

Whilst visiting the Russian River, we stop at some of the following wineries. This list is not a guarantee that these will be your stops — our itinerary is subject to change.

Gary Farrell, Moshin Vineyards, Thomas George Estate, Matrix Winery, Arista Winery, Twomey Cellars, Mill Creek, Winery, Armida Winery,

Russian River Valley Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to the Russian River Valley. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. The terrain in the Russian River does include more rolling hills than the other wine regions. Participants should be prepared. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Price: $159
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Sonoma County is an additional top destination in California Wine Country. Sonoma is home to almost every type of grape grown in California: Alexander Valley shines at Cabernet Sauvignon production, Dry Creek Valley is home to some of California’s oldest Zinfandel vines, and the Russian River Valley produces top-quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Our days spent cycling through these region offer a plethora of opportunities to taste unique and exquisite wines. The Russian River consists of vast vineyards, rolling hills, and intimate family owned and operated wineries.

Whilst visiting the Russian River, we stop at some of the following wineries. This list is not a guarantee that these will be your stops — our itinerary is subject to change.

Gary Farrell, Moshin Vineyards, Thomas George Estate, Matrix Winery, Arista Winery, Twomey Cellars, Mill Creek, Winery, Armida Winery,

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Russian River Valley Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to the Russian River Valley. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. The terrain in the Russian River does include more rolling hills than the other wine regions. Participants should be prepared. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Explore Sonoma by bike and enjoy Sonoma wine tasting with Gears and Grapes guided bike tours of top Sonoma wineries.

Dry Creek Day Trip

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  • Dry Creek Day Trip

Sonoma County is an additional top destination in California Wine Country. Sonoma is home to almost every type of grape grown in California: Dry Creek Valley is home to some of California’s oldest Zinfandel vines while simultaneously having a large portion of vineyards dedicated to cultivation of Sauvignon Blanc.

Everitt Ridge, A Rafanelli, Preston Vineyards, Lambert Bridge Winery, Bella vineyards, Montemaggiore, Ferrari-Carano, Mazzoco, Ridge Lytton Springs, Raymond Burr, Mauritson Wines, Wilson Wines, DaVero, Uptick Vineyards, Truett Hurst Vineyards, Quivira Vineyards

Dry Creek Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to Dry Creek Valley. Dry Creek is known for its rustic and quaint atmosphere with smaller, family owned and operated wineries. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Price: $159
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Sonoma County is an additional top destination in California Wine Country. Sonoma is home to almost every type of grape grown in California: Dry Creek Valley is home to some of California’s oldest Zinfandel vines while simultaneously having a large portion of vineyards dedicated to cultivation of Sauvignon Blanc.

Everitt Ridge, A Rafanelli, Preston Vineyards, Lambert Bridge Winery, Bella vineyards, Montemaggiore, Ferrari-Carano, Mazzoco, Ridge Lytton Springs, Raymond Burr, Mauritson Wines, Wilson Wines, DaVero, Uptick Vineyards, Truett Hurst Vineyards, Quivira Vineyards

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Dry Creek Day Trip

Our day trips include pick up and drop off in San Francisco. Leaving San Francisco at 9am, a shuttle will take you to Dry Creek Valley. Dry Creek is known for its rustic and quaint atmosphere with smaller, family owned and operated wineries. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from winery to winery. We stop for a delicious picnic lunch amongst the vineyards. A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven. The total mileage ranges between 10 and 15 miles (20-30 minutes of leisure cycling between wineries). Biking the whole way is optional. At any point, guests may choose to ride in the shuttle. We return to the city at around 6pm.

Included: Transportation, guide, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch

Additional: Winery tasting fees and guide gratuities

Explore Napa Valley by bike and enjoy Napa valley wine tasting with Gears and Grapes guided bike tours of top Napa Valley wineries.

San Francisco Wine Tour

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  • San Francisco Wine Tour

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

San Francisco Wine Tour

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Price: $159
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An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

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San Francisco Wine Tour

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Explore Napa Valley by bike and enjoy Napa valley wine tasting with Gears and Grapes guided bike tours of top Napa Valley wineries.

Weekend Wine Getaway

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  • Weekend Wine Getaway

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Weekend Wine Getaway

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Price: $159
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An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

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Weekend Wine Getaway

An hour’s drive away, is the infamous Napa Valley. Napa Valley is widely
considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, and all of the United States, with a history dating back to the early nineteenth century.

Today Napa Valley features more than four hundred wineries, makes 4% of
California wine and grows many different grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and other popular varietals. Napa Valley is visited by as many as five million people each year. In 2010, Trip
advisor’s Travelers choice awards awarded Napa Valley as “The World’s Best Wine and Food Destination”. It is also internationally recognized as one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.

Below is a list of the wineries we frequently visit. This is not a guarantee that these will be your stops during your visit.

Frequently visited wineries in the Napa Valley

Domaine Chandon, Goosecross Cellars, Clos Du Val, Elyse Winery, Cliff Lede, Miner Family, Paradigm, Plumpjack, Alpha Omega, Frog’s Leap, Honig Vineyards, Peju, Rutherford Grove, Rutherford Ranch, Sawyer Cellars, Sequoia Grove, William Hill Winery, Judd’s Hill Winery, Trefethen Family Vineyards, Hill Family, Raymond, Pine Ridge Winery, Quixote Winery, Franciscan Winery, Tres Sabores Winery

Bike San Francisco's Craft Beer scene! Explore local breweries and enjoy craft beer tasting in San Francisco on the Beers and Bikes guided bike tour.

Beers & Bikes SF

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Breweries/ Beer gardens visited (3 of the following): 21st Amendment, Thirsty Bear Brewing, Southern Pacific Brewing Company, Zeitgeist (Beer Hall), Toronado (Beer Bar) , Magnolia Brew Pub, Cellar Maker Brewing, Barrel Head Brewhouse, Triple Voo Doo Brewery

Beers & Bikes SF

Visit the great city of San Francisco by bike while stopping at three different beer destinations and enjoying pints of SF’s finest brews!

Tour price includes the first pint of beer, as well as a guide, bike and helmet rental.

Beers and Bikes is a cultural and historical tour of some of SF’s newest and hippest neighborhoods.  Starting and finishing in SOMA, you will explore off the beaten path places and enjoy pints at SF’s finest beer drinking establishments.

Tours depart at 2pm and operates Monday-Friday. Max group size is 12 people. Spots fill up quickly so please call ahead to reserve your space (415) 484-1238.  Tour lasts 3-3.5 hours and departs from our office at 49 Lusk St.

Price: $69
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Breweries/ Beer gardens visited (3 of the following): 21st Amendment, Thirsty Bear Brewing, Southern Pacific Brewing Company, Zeitgeist (Beer Hall), Toronado (Beer Bar) , Magnolia Brew Pub, Cellar Maker Brewing, Barrel Head Brewhouse, Triple Voo Doo Brewery

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Beers & Bikes SF

Visit the great city of San Francisco by bike while stopping at three different beer destinations and enjoying pints of SF’s finest brews!

Tour price includes the first pint of beer, as well as a guide, bike and helmet rental.

Beers and Bikes is a cultural and historical tour of some of SF’s newest and hippest neighborhoods.  Starting and finishing in SOMA, you will explore off the beaten path places and enjoy pints at SF’s finest beer drinking establishments.

Tours depart at 2pm and operates Monday-Friday. Max group size is 12 people. Spots fill up quickly so please call ahead to reserve your space (415) 484-1238.  Tour lasts 3-3.5 hours and departs from our office at 49 Lusk St.