Mission Murals – A Walking Tour

Walking, talking and tasting in the oldest neighborhood of San Francisco

The Mission District of San Francisco gets its name from Mision Dolores de Asis, built in 1791 by the Franciscan missionaries. Back then the city was called Yerba Buena and this area had plenty of fresh water and sunny weather. Today this neighborhood still boasts warmer temperatures than other parts of San Francisco. It also acts as an entry point for many immigrants who bring their unique cuisines and cultures to liven the atmosphere. I hope you will join me on a walking tour of this colorful and historic area of San Francisco. Along the way we will enjoy some sweets, some savories, and some coffee while observing the murals painted on many buildings and in many alleyways.


This is a custom tour and we can visit your choir of murals and cafes. Some suggestions are Balmy Alley, Clarion Alley, the Women’s Building, St. Peters Church, and Precita Eyes Center. Cafes include Philz coffee, Ritual Coffee, Four Barrel Coffee and Linea Coffee


Meeting location: We will meet at Mision San Francisco de Asis at 3321 16th St., San Francisco. Or another preferred location of your choice.

Duration: 3 hours

We will conduct the walk rain or shine


This is a walking tour but we may take public transportation to get back to our starting point


All services of a local tour guide including routes and commentary


Any food and drink, public transportation. I will help you get back to your starting point by public transportation if you do not want to walk.


I am a step on guide for motorcoach tours and am licensed to drive up to 6 passengers in my Acura MDX. TPC#36052