Things To Do
Bridgeway between Johnston & Richardson St.
Spectacular views of San Francisco Bay and the city skyline as you stroll, bicycle or roller-blade past shops, cafes and art galleries. Just steps from the shops, observe seals in action and watch sailboats in the bay. Glamorous yachts berthed a few feet away from noteworthy restaurants, including Poggio, located in the historic Yacht Club, provide a memorable backdrop to an already breathtakingly picturesque town. Reminiscent of the French Riviera, the town’s center is charming little Vina del Mar Park with its huge stone fountain. The park is adjacent to the ferry landing and bicycle rental. Hotel Sausalito is conveniently located just across from the park.
Downtown – Miller and Throckmorton Ave.
The town square centers around a former railroad depot. Excellent walking village with over 50 stores, antique shops, bookstores, boutiques and galleries. At the base of Mt. Tam this European style village boasts numerous restaurants and cafes.
Main St., Ark Row, Tiburon Blvd.
Three blocks of waterfront shopping and dining.
Golden Gate Bridge
Box 9000, Presidio Station, San Francisco
The east walkway is open to pedestrians from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., to cyclists from 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. The west walkway is open to cyclists from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and closed to pedestrians. On weekends, the west walkway is open exclusively for cyclists from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. and closed to pedestrians. The east walkway is open to pedestrians and closed to cyclists.
Angel Island State Park
Take the short ferry ride from Tiburon to this popular island park in the center of San Francisco Bay. There are views all around and the park boasts picnic areas, hiking and biking trails as well as small beaches for swimming and wading. Several first come, first serve slips are available for boaters and a small cafe is open on weekends and daily during the summer.
Bay Area Discovery Museum
557 East Fort Baker, Sausalito (at the Northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge)
This hands-on interactive learning center encourages young people to discover through play. A crawl-through underwater sea tunnel and life-size discovery boat are among the exhibits that aid visitors in discovering the natural wonders of the San Francisco Bay.
The Marine Mammal Center
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary
415.388.2524 fax 415.388.0717
376 Greenwood Beach Road (off Tiburon Blvd.), Tiburon
A variety of birds and other animals make their home at this 11-acre sanctuary on Richardson Bay. One of the only remaining unaltered bay wetlands, the refuge is an excellent place to observe migrating waterfowl and shore birds. The center also offers educational programs and a self-guided nature trail.
Science Discovery Workshop
Marin Headlands-Fort Cronkite, Bldg. 1060, Sausalito
Hands-on science workshops are available for young people, parents and school groups. Children learn how to turn recycled material into a radio or a scientific model.
Cass’ Charters & Sail School
Open Water Rowing
85 Liberty Ship Way
Capt. Chase Powerboat Rentals
85 Liberty Ship Way
Captain Kirk’s Sailing Adventures
Clipper Harbor Sausalito
Sea Trek Ocean Kayaking
415.488.1000 & 415.332.4465
Schoonmaker Point Marina
Atlantis Yacht Charters / Women on Waves
85 Liberty Ship Way
Modern Sailing Academy
2310 Marinship Way
Sausalito Waterfront Tours
Petri’s Fine Arts
San Francisco Seaplane Tours
San Francisco Hang Gliding
This renovated cargo pier hosts two-levels of waterfront restaurants and specialty shops, a 350-berth marina, and more. Just 2 blocks from San Francisco’s famous Fisherman’s Wharf and just a short stroll from the ferry landing.
Shopping in San Francisco
Just a Ferry ride away. Catch the Ferry right outside our door.
Napa/Sonoma Wine Country
Just 45 minutes away.
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