Important information about our tour. The Muir Woods Tour departs from the Big Bus Tours Visitor Center at 99 Jefferson Street in Fisherman's Wharf at 9:00am and takes about 3.5 hours. The 45-minute journey to Muir Woods takes you across the Golden Gate Bridge, and up into the Marin County headlands. On arrival at Muir Woods, you'll be given your admission ticket and free range to explore the gentle walking trails for 1.5 hours. The return journey includes a drive through the seaside town of Sausalito.
Vehicle: 25 passenger motor-coaches with air conditioning and wheelchair access.
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Experience the wonder of one of California’s oldest redwood groves on our new Muir Woods Tour. Hop on to take a scenic drive across the Golden Gate Bridge, and adventure into Muir Woods National Forest.
Begin your journey with a 45 minute fully narrated, scenic drive that crosses the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy stunning views of San Francisco Bay and capture the unique structural details of this remarkable bridge, renowned for its international orange color. Arrive at Muir Woods National Forest where you will be provided park entry tickets and have 1.5 hours to self-explore the gentle walking trails within the national park. Maps detailing walking trails will be available at the Muir Woods Visitor Center. Stroll through the tranquil forest to see California's coastal redwoods, the tallest living things on earth. See redwoods that are more than 250 feet tall and more than 800 years old in one of the last remaining stands of old-growth coastal redwood forest, sustained by temperate marine fog. Complete your experience with a scenic drive through the coastal mountains on the Marin Headlands and Sausalito. Enjoy sweeping views of the San Francisco Skyline and the Pacific Coast as you cross the Golden Gate and return to Fisherman's Wharf.