1906

Walking through the Presidio, explore the role of the Army in this extraordinary time. Learn about the more than 200,000 San Franciscans left suddenly homeless by the Great Quake and Fire, and their struggle to return to a normal life.

Where 

Meet at the Officers' Club and visitor center in the Presidio

Cost 
Free (donations appreciated)
Please Note 
If You Go 

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1906

Find out how a mother cooked breakfast for her family and burned down the neighborhood, how City Hall was destroyed (both literally and figuratively), and how the city rushed to rise from the ashes and rebuild better than ever after the Great Quake and Fire.

Where 

Meet at Memorial Court, the small park at Fulton and Franklin Streets

Cost 
Free (donations appreciated)
Please Note 
If You Go 

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1906--Phoenix Rising Walking Tour

Find out how a mother cooked breakfast for her family and burned down the neighborhood, how City Hall was destroyed (both literally and figuratively), and how the city rushed to rise from the ashes and rebuild better than ever after the Great Quake and Fire.

Where 

Meet at Memorial Court, the small park at Fulton and Franklin Streets

Cost 
Free (donations appreciated)
Please Note 
If You Go 

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Theatre in San Francisco Walking Tour

Discover 150 years of theatre as it evolved in San Francisco from 1849 to the present. Learn about current theatres and those that fell in the Great Quake and Fire of 1906, prominent actors, and trends that occurred over the years.

Where 

Meet at Yerba Buena Gardens, Mission Street between Third and Fourth, near the outdoor stage on the southeast corner of the park

Cost 
Free (donations appreciated)
Please Note 
If You Go 

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Pacific Heights Mansions Walking Tour

Walk past palatial homes and consulates in Pacific Heights, including mansions used as the Japanese and German consulates in 1941. Learn about the Victorian lifestyle, as well as that of earthquake refugees.

Where 

Meet in Alta Plaza Park, atop the stairs at Pierce and Clay Streets

Cost 
Free (donations appreciated)
Please Note 
If You Go 

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