San Francisco

Detour's immersive audio walks will show you a side of San Francisco that even natives rarely see. Learn the city's secrets from the locals who know it best. Visit the spots that make San Francisco famous, including Telegraph Hill, Coit Tower, the Painted Ladies, Fisherman's Wharf, and more. Each San Francisco audio tour lasts 30 - 90 minutes, and costs only $5. Take them on your own schedule and at your own pace, alone or synced with friends.

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Making Market Street

San Francisco’s most important street struggles to find its way

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Black Panthers

The Black Panthers changed the world. But will anyone in their home neighborhood remember?

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SFMOMA

See (and hear) art in a whole new way.

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The Mission

In a neighborhood in the midst of unprecedented change, what does it mean to belong?

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Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman Mike "Candy" Mitchell shows you the side of the wharf that tourists rarely see.

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Beyond the Painted Ladies

An incredible story of upheaval and change in Western Addition.

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The Tenderloin

Walk the city's most misunderstood neighborhood with people who call it home.

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Architecture

Discover the hidden spaces, forgotten treasures, and lost buildings of downtown San Francisco.

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Haight-Ashbury

Walk through the epicenter of the Summer of Love with one of the activists who was at its center. Presented by KQED.

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Beat Generation

Drink and think your way through North Beach with Jack Kerouac and the poets of the Beat Generation in 1950s San Francisco.

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The Castro

Wonder how the Castro changed the world? Walk with neighborhood hero Cleve Jones through the gay rights revolution.

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Cool Gray City

25,000 years of history in 25 (or so) blocks, with the author of Cool Gray City of Love.

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Chinatown: The biggest "little China" in the USA

Walk with Chinatown native Norman Fong to see how centuries of traditions have evolved in America’s largest Chinese community.