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  • Aquarium of the Bay: General Admission Tickets

    1. Aquarium of the Bay: General Admission Tickets

    Explore the beauty and wonder of San Francisco's Aquarium of the Bay with this entrance ticket, giving you access to the 3 main exhibit halls. Discover the amazingly diverse marine life that lives beneath the surface of San Francisco Bay and its surrounding waters. Explore the “Discover the Bay” exhibit, highlighting the unique ecosystem that provides home to a diverse selection of marine life. The exhibits feature more than 20,000 aquatic animals. Learn all about this delicate underwater habitat and the need for its conservation. Then, experience the magic of the habitat at “Touch the Bay,” complete with tide pools where you can touch the creatures that patrol San Francisco Bay’s waters. No trip to Aquarium of the Bay would be complete without a visit to the North American River Otter gallery, where frisky river otters romp, swim, sleep and play. Get a scuba diver’s view of San Franci...

    Very fun! We got to touch the sting rays and baby sharks ! I recommend for a fun short experience. The otters really put on a show underwater and when you walk through the display you are surrounded by sea life as you walk through a tunnel of water and swimming fish! …. and employees that love to give info and suggest cool facts about the different sea creatures.

  • From San Francisco: Alcatraz And Yosemite 2-Day Combo Tour

    2. From San Francisco: Alcatraz And Yosemite 2-Day Combo Tour

    Discover the notorious former federal prison of Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay and enjoy the award winning audio tour. Then, spend the next day in the glorious surroundings of Yosemite Park. First, enjoy a narrated boat tour around Alcatraz Island before docking. Then, take the guided “Doing Time: The Alcatraz Cellhouse Tour” from the dock to the main prison building.  The next day, escape the crowds of the city center, and drive to Yosemite National Park. Head east across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and enjoy great views of the San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Drive through Central Valley, stopping at a fruit stand to try some local produce. Pass fruit orchards and nut farms, before entering the rolling foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. Continue into the mountains to California’s gold rush town of Groveland. Once inside Yo...

    Stirling was an excellent guide, he knows so much about Yosemite, we had a great day, very informative. Night tour at Alcatraz was great!

  • Las Vegas: Death Valley and Yosemite 4-Day Self-Drive Tour

    3. Las Vegas: Death Valley and Yosemite 4-Day Self-Drive Tour

    Day 1: Las Vegas to Death Valley National Park Head to California in the morning and embark on a tour of Death Valley National Park. Enjoy photo stops and shorts walks at Zabriskie Point, Artist’s Palette, Badwater Basin Salt flats, Furnace Creek Visitor Center, Devil’s Golf Course, and the Mesquite Sand Dunes. After a picnic lunch, drive through spectacular scenery to the old Gold Rush Historic town of Bishop for your overnight stop. Day 2: Tioga Pass to Yosemite National Park Start the morning with crossing the Tioga pass. Enjoy this scenic route and pass by highlights such as Olmsted Point, Lake Tenaya, Tuolumne Meadows, and Mono Lake en route to Yosemite Valley.  In the event that the Tioga Pass is closed, you will reroute through Lake Isabella instead of Bishop. Visit the Valley Visitor Center and exhibits, take a quick tour, and get ready for a...

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Very fun! We got to touch the sting rays and baby sharks ! I recommend for a fun short experience. The otters really put on a show underwater and when you walk through the display you are surrounded by sea life as you walk through a tunnel of water and swimming fish! …. and employees that love to give info and suggest cool facts about the different sea creatures.

It was my very first time in an aquarium and I picked the right spot to explore that. It was also an easy access to my tickets. Very organized in this time of mask world, still. Definitely worth the spending and would recommend.

I enjoyed the experience, although it was a little pricy for two seniors citizens. We went on a Wednesday, social distancing, not a whole lot of people, but enough to know you were not alone.

Wonderful, I was amazed very beautiful my children were very happy to attend the aquarium

It was a fun activity. Takes about an hour to get through.