The Green San Francisco - Visit the Environmental Epicenter
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There's no better place to get an exciting firsthand look at pioneering innovators in sustainability than San Francisco, the nation's environmental epicenter.
The Highlights of this great day tour are:
~ Ferry Building Market Place
~ Crissy Field and Golden Gate Bridge View
~ Twin Peaks - a 360 degrees view of San Francisco
~ Mission Pie - local sustainable restaurant
~ Meet and Tour Rickshaw Bags - recycled bags made in San Francisco
~ Spot many of San Francisco's famous sights along the way
Tour starts 09:30am at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and returns at 05:00pm.
On this engaging and entertaining adventure through the hub of one of the nation's greenest metropolitan areas, Bay Area Green Tour guests will meet inspired local leaders of sustainability who are driving the global green agenda.
We'll profile a panorama of the following innovative, cutting-edge stops, pointing out local San Francisco points of interest along the way.
Located in a beautiful historic building along the Embarcadero waterfront on the San Francisco Bay, the Ferry Building Marketplace is committed to the artisan food community and houses a vibrant gathering of independently owned and operated food businesses that showcase small regional producers of fine foods and local wines from Northern California.
Next we'll visit Chrissy Field, a beautiful stretch of beach on the bay with a view of Golden Gate Bridge. Chrissy Field hosts an environmental education center with school programs. After Chrissy Field, we take a sightseeing tour of Presidio, Golden Gate Park, and Twin Peaks.
We'll enjoy lunch on our own at Mission Pie, a corner café in the colorful Mission District. Their seasonally shifting menu of pies, baked goods, and light savory fare focuses on the produce of nearby farms that employ organic and sustainable methods.
After lunch we'll visit Rickshaw Bags. Inspired by the creative energy of San Francisco, urban cycling, and an intense desire to make great products, Rickshaw operates with a strong set of humanistic, environmental, and social values that guide the way it conducts every aspect of its business. The company name derives from three Japanese characters meaning "human-powered vehicle," delightfully apropos for a company making bags for bicycle enthusiasts, and a metaphor for the strength of the human spirit.
Bring some water and your camera!
Tour starts rain or shine. Tickets are not refundable but transferable.
Moscone Convention Center
4th & Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|