San Francisco is a city known for its eccentric character, so there's no better way to see the city than from a slightly askew perspective -- like the one you'll get with this deal from Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine:
• $10 ($20 value) for a 2.5 walking tour of downtown San Francisco for one person
• Tours leave from Union Square on Thursdays & Saturdays at 11 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.
• Tons of glowing reviews for this "informative and friendly" tour
"... I would like to go on another. I have lived in the Bay Area for 20 years but did not know some of the hidden history of San Francisco -- he did a great job of conveying it. Very enjoyable." --LivingSocial Member
A Tour Like No Other
More offbeat than off-the-beaten-path, this tour honors the city's most famous eccentric, Norton I, the self-proclaimed Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico. Led by a guide dressed as the great mock-majesty, the tour winds two miles through downtown. You'll visit sites such as Union Square, the St. Francis Hotel, Jackson Square, Maiden Lane, and more, all while being regaled with history, facts, and stories from your kinda-king. Once you've seen the city through his eyes, you'll never look at it the same way again.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON February 3, 2014
Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine
See San Francisco from an Eccentric Perspective with a Two and a Half Hour Walking Tour
- from $10