Museum Lover's Tour


History buffs, art admirers, and the people who love to touch everything they see will find something they like on this historic tour of San Francisco. When you return your bike rental, please share your new knowledge of all things oh, wise ones.

East Side:

West Side:

  • Aquarium of the Bay: Are there sharks in the bay? You can find out without going into the ocean, here.
  • Exploratorium: There is so much knowledge in there we're not sure how they fit it all in. Our favorite thing though? You can touch everything.
  • Railway Museum: The home of San Francisco's railcar.
  • AT&T Park: Schedule a tour of the Giants' (a.k.a. the best baseball team of all time) home park.
  • The Museum of Craft & Design: Right in the design district and the perfect place to inspire your next DIY project.

*Individual museum hours vary, please check ahead of time. Especially on holidays.

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