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Our itineraries give you multiple choices to customize your visit to your tastes
With links, maps and the safer new route if you continue for more fun in Sausalito
The famous, the infamous, and the history behind them
You have almost 70 different dining options here. We rank them for quality, views and more
One of our greatest National Parks is just 30 minutes north of Sausalito
Big views of the San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz, Angel Island and sailboats on the Bay all make for fun in Sausalito
Music is playing somewhere in town almost every night
Picture the miniature special effects set for an action movie on San Francisco Bay.
Now imagine that it’s filled with real water and its as big as a city block.
Most locals don’t even know about many of these spots!
We have Insider Tips to save you time, money and aggravation while you’re having fun in Sausalito
Shhhh… There’s a tall ship hidden in a tent in northern Sausalito
.Prince, Whitney Houston, The Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac, Santana, Metallica, Stevie Wonder & Mariah Carey all recorded here
We’ll give you directions, places to park and all the details you need
A common shared tour site with Sausalito, & Tips on getting tickets when they’re sold out
Watch how stranded sea lions and seals are nursed back to health to return to the wild
Each tasting room has different wines and a different personality
The boats connect Sausalito to Fisherman’s Wharf and The Ferry Building
The Sally Stanford Fountain honors our former Mayor, the most famous Madame in San Francisco
The mainstream storefronts downtown and the local artists’ private galleries
There are some unique, fun spots that don’t have The Same Old Stuff
Go to the same spots where famous photographers captured their masterpieces
Building traditional wooden boats by the Bay
A world-class kids’ activity center and museum right here in Sausalito
Beautiful in its own right, and great views of the Golden Gate
See artifacts from Sausalito’s history and get suggestions from local docents
A great first stop when you step off the ferry and you’re looking for fun in Sausalito
Most of the background scenery remains the same, seven decades later!
Notice that his fingers never leave his hands!
The largest outdoor art festival in North America, held each Labor Day Weekend
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