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Stretching 4,200 feet and towering as high as a 65-story building, this well-known bridge is the gateway to San Francisco.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Lincoln Boulevard, near Doyle Drive and Fort Point, San Francisco, CA 94129
+1 415-921-5858
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Reviewed yesterday

We loved the view of the bridge. Took lots of pictures. We walked on the bridge for some time. There was some information about the bridge and types of cable used which was pretty interesting. Overall a nice experience

Thank ShwetaTheExplorer
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I had read the reviews and knew to dress warmly that it was going to be chilly I forgot my hat at the hotel and I had a sweatshirt but I was chilly so we stopped off like tourist and bought and Alcatraz hat and...More

Thank Jacqueline J
Reviewed yesterday

It looks the best in strong sun, but pretty all times of the year. The best photo angles on the SF side are baker beach and crispy fields or the for under the bridge. On the north side it’s the western lookout and the light...More

Thank TravelinSuz
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What hasn’t been said about this amazing bridge? Walk or bike across the bridge and check out the view of the city and bridge from the Marin headlands. Doesn’t get better then that!

Thank Jonathan G
Reviewed yesterday

You just can't miss a picture of this iconic attraction! :) We took a bus (there are some for free available) to take us to the top, it was a fast drive, we saw it from the top, you can go for a walk or...More

Thank NAF22
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You won't believe how big the thing is hntil you've seen it. I suggest the walk coming up from east: the bridge shows itself gradually from there.

Thank Chiara C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Good option to visit in California , and better if you have a alone trip, just need a good cellphone, some portable charger , you can visit from October to March and you can get good weather in that time , also if you can...More

Thank Miguel P
Reviewed yesterday

We drove over the bridge and enjoyed the experience and the view was fantastic, another must if you visit San Francisco

Thank Sooty2014
Reviewed yesterday

It's something that doesn't change when you go back. We went out on a freezing July day, and were very happy we went. Amazing that this was built in the Industrial Revolution. So many great memories here. We didn't do a tour, we didn't walk...More

Thank Allison D
Reviewed yesterday

Yes, it's impressive, but it is only a bridge! A very busy bridge as well. The fog played havoc with us getting decent pictures, but I guess it's a 'must do' if you're in San Francisco.

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Response from 54tomas | Reviewed this property |
Hi, i did not take public transportation, we used Uber both ways. Enjoy
July 19, 2018|
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Response from Twyla B | Reviewed this property |
I like to go across the Bridge from San Francisco side to the Marin Headlands. There is a road that goes along the side of the Hills that go up and above the Bridge. Some of my pictures should show you how it looks... More
July 11, 2018|
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Response from guinan15 | Reviewed this property |
If you download the Muni app you can see the routes that go there. We were also in Union square and there was a bus directly from near there to the bridge. We also got the Visitor Pass and travelled on cable cars and buses... More