In conjunction with our Heritage in the Neighborhoods: Haight-Ashbury program, SF Heritage’s Museum and Tour Manager Pam Larson will lead an in-person architectural tour of the Haight-Ashbury’s magnificent Queen Anne residences, most of which were constructed in the 1890s and early 1900s during the neighborhood’s growth as a middle-class enclave. With the help of early census records, the tour also includes a unique glimpse into the people who lived in these homes during the area’s early development.
The tour takes approximately one hour and includes one mild hill across one mile. Space is limited so please RSVP by email (see below). We encourage you to stick around in the neighborhood after the tour and patronize the Haight-Ashbury’s legacy businesses!
Starting point: Meet in front of 1506 Haight Street, Doolan-Larson Building Cost: Free, donations welcome RSVP:By email to email@example.com **UPDATE 8/25/2022: This walking tour is NOW AT CAPACITY. Please email us if you’d like be added to the waitlist!
A self-guided version of this walk can be found here.
Thank you to the Newhall Foundation for their support of this program.