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We wanted to visit Muir Woods but discovered that the free shuttle bus only ran at weekends out of season. Catherine at the visitors centre contacted a local mini bus driver, Penni, and an hour later we were on our way. It cost $20 per...More
I mainly popped into the visitors center to grab and map so I would know where I could go in the brief time I had in Sausalito. The whole building is super small with just two room. The front room is the visitors center and...More
We really didn't need the visitors centre but we dropped in because it was there. Unlike Fisherman's Wharf Sausalito has a slower pace and a village feel to it. The visitors centre just has a serenity that seems to epitomise what goes on outside. We...More
A good place to start when visiting this charming waterfront community. The microclimate here gives sunny warm weather much of the time, even when it’s cool and foggy in San Francisco. Many great food and shopping options.
rode down to sausalito on our trip to San Francisco, lovely little place with great restaurants/deli's and gift shops, a welcome break from the hustle of the big city. We hired electric bikes and cycled through crissy fields, over the bridge and down into the...More
We stopped in Sausalito en route from Napa to San Francisco. The quaint village with the beautiful hillside homes makes a nice spot for breakfast or lunch and some light shopping. A different and relaxed vibe from that of San Francisco.The views of San Francisco...More
We came here to catch the shuttle to muir woods for $3 round trip. It is a GREAT VALUE and has many options to and from MUIR WOODS. The Sausalito Bay/Bridge bus is the one that drops and picks up here. Also, a block to...More
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You would be better off renting bicycles and riding across the bridge. The bridge is no short walk. Then you would still need to walk further to get to Sausilito and then have the energy to walk around and enjoy yourself and... More
You would be better off renting bicycles and riding across the bridge. The bridge is no short walk. Then you would still need to walk further to get to Sausilito and then have the energy to walk around and enjoy yourself and ride the bikes back. I took the HOP on HOP of bus to the near side of the bridge. Hopped off. Walked over the bridge (got that off my bucket list. Lol.) then picked up the free trolley (part of my HOP on HOP off package) from the far side of the bridge which takes you in Sausilito. I spent some time there then caught the trolley back to where it picked me up. From there I caught the HOP on HOP of bus back to Union Square. Whatever you decide to do, bundle up. It's cold on the bridge.