In Two Hours or Two Days!


    • Walk south along Bridgeway from the center of town for scenic photographs fresh air and exercise. Take in all the sights and sounds – the seals frolicking in the bay (including the famous sealion statue) and the SF skyline as well as the Mediterranean hillside above the waterfront. Go as far Swede’s Beach via the wooden boardwalk and the legendary Sally Stanford’s former establishment on the southern most corner
    • Walk back to town and browse through the art galleries and boutiques, including the hidden alley on Princess Street, Princess Court

You are so close ….
Sausalito puts visitors in striking distance of Muir Woods with it’s giant redwoods, the scenic West Marin coast (Stinson Beach is only 30 minutes away) and the world renown Napa and Sonoma wine country (1 hour away). With Sausalito as your base camp you can day-trip to all these popular destinations.



Add the following to the 2-hour itinerary:

      Toast your half day by the bay!

      FULL DAY

      • In addition to the itineraries previously noted:

        • Visit historic Fort Baker at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge – and take the kids to the Discovery Museum and The Marine Mammal Center for a few hours of educational entertainment and breathtaking views – dine and drink on the deck at Cavallo Point, outside Farley savoring the same stunning views
        • Tour the Bay Model Visitor Center – a 1.5 acre 3-D, working hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay & Sacramento Delta waterways
        • Catch a Golden Gate Transit bus or Sausalito Taxi going north to the floating home community at the far end of town – wander the docks admiring this legendary collection of houseboats
        • Tour Heath Ceramics – a Sausalito landmark for over 50 years and one of the few remaining mid-century American potteries still in existence; take home some of their famous tableware
        • Kayak the Bay with SeaTrek and see Sausalito from the Bay or take a Seaplane ride with Seaplane Adventures above and around some of the most spectacular scenery in the world
        • Tour back to the center of town and enjoy an early dinner at one of Sausalito’s waterfront restaurants and catch the last ferry boat back to the City, or continue your travels by car

      TWO DAYS