Sacred Sites Tour Two
UPDATE: 12/12, 10AM: Online ticket sales have ended. We still have tickets for sale, however. Please bring cash to the pick up spot and we will get you on the bus!
A biodiesel/solar bus tour of sacred and unusual sites in San Francisco featured in "The Visionary State: A Journey through California's Spiritual Landscape" the critically acclaimed book by Erik Davis and Michael Rauner.
You're invited to join photographer and storyteller Michael Rauner on a tour of the many spiritual microclimates of San Francisco. Tickets are only $25.
Our first sacred sites tour was such a success we've invited Michael back. Be sure to get your tickets in advance as the last tour sold out. The bus will leave from the front of the Old Mission Dolores. Michael will begin the tour near the Miwok hut in the cemetery of the old Mission. Entry though the gift shop (by donation), or free through the Basilica or on Chula Ln, the small alley at the southern edge of the mission property.
Michael Rauner and Erik Davis spent nearly three years crisscrossing the Golden State while collaborating on "The Visionary State: A Journey through California's Spiritual Landscape." Rauner photographed over a hundred sites where transformational, visionary, sacred culture helped shape the religious history of California. Rauner and Davis engaged in a long pilgrimage to photograph and research California's diverse and often iconoclastic spiritual culture. Remarkably, many sacred and unusual sites that played key roles in California's spiritual history are located in the Bay Area, particularly in San Francisco.
12/12 is the feast day of Guadalupe - be sure to come early and appreciate this uniquely mystical feastival in Roman Catholicism. Extra credit if you make the extremely dramatic sunrise Guadalupe mass.
We meet for check-in at 11:30AM. The bus will be departing from the corner of Delores St & Chula Lane promptly at Noon and we will return there at 4pm.
Chula Lane & Dolores st
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|