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San Francisco Interactive tours & incentive events

Our most recommended San Francisco Interactive tours & incentive events

San Francisco Zoo Admission Ticket

1. San Francisco Zoo Admission Ticket

Visit the San Francisco Zoo, home to over 2,000 animals and 250 species of plants. Your full-day admission ticket includes access to the Leanne Roberts African Region and the Valentine Family Savanna. Both zones offer multi-species landscapes with giraffes, zebras, kudu, ostriches, storks, and more. At Hearst Grizzly Gulch, get nose-to-nose with rescued grizzly bear sisters Kachina and Kiona. See how lemurs leap through the Lipman Lemur Forest, the largest outdoor lemur habitat in the country. Marvel at Penguin Island, home to the largest colony of Magellanic penguins outside of the wild. Admire the Zoo's gorillas in the Jones Family Gorilla Preserve. Feed and pet the farm animals in the Fisher Family Children's Zoo. Find the historic 1921 Dentzel Carousel and 1904 miniature Little Puffer Steam Train. Learn about the fun rides, educational programs, and exciting events for children.

San Francisco: Exploratorium Daytime Admission

2. San Francisco: Exploratorium Daytime Admission

Discover a world of adventure with a full-day ticket to the Exploratorium in San Francisco, the only place in the city where you can touch, tinker and play with hundreds of interactive exhibits. The museum is conveniently located at Pier 15 between the historic Ferry Building and Pier 39 on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. Perhaps the most experimental museum in the world, the Exploratorium explores the world via large-scale art installations, studies of microscopic life, motion, color and light installations, and much more. Spread across six expansive galleries, you can embrace the wild wonders of the world and beyond with exhibits that you can feel, play with, and manipulate. A learning lab for all ages, it’s the best place to immerse yourself in San Francisco’s innovative culture.

Silicon Valley: Self-Drive Audio Tour

3. Silicon Valley: Self-Drive Audio Tour

Hop in your car and enjoy this self-guided audio tour of the birthplace of tech. Cruise through Silicon Valley while checking out the headquarters of tech giants and learn about the visionaries who’ve shaped the world, from Bill Gates and Steve Jobs to the controversies around Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos and the eccentricities of Elon Musk. Simply hop in your car, get the tour guide app set up on your phone, and get started. Start your tour at Facebook's headquarters and learn about Zuckerberg and his vision. All audios play automatically based on location. As your tour continues, learn about the oldest struggle in tech — idea vs execution. Arrive at the backbone of Amazon, AWS, and learn about Bezos and Amazon's humble beginnings. Next, head to the Android Garden and learn about the fight between Google and Microsoft. Continue down the road to Google’s headquarters, called the Googleplex, and enjoy a stroll through the campus before arriving at Microsoft and the beginnings of the modern world. Learn about Gates, BASIC, and Windows. Stop at a museum to play the first-ever video game and see one of the first-ever computers. From there, continue onto Apple to learn about the feud between Jobs and Gates and even stop by Jobs’ Garage. Finally, switch from smartphones to smart cars and learn about Elon Musk and Tesla as you drive towards the heart of Silicon Valley. Finish your tour at Stanford, the school of choice for tech entrepreneurs.

San Francisco: The Haunt - Ghost Hunting Walking Tour

4. San Francisco: The Haunt - Ghost Hunting Walking Tour

Prowl through Gold Rush-era neighborhoods after dark, armed with ghost-hunting tools to seek out paranormal activity in San Francisco. The Haunt is San Francisco’s real ghost-hunting excursion, with storyteller guides sharing dark tales of the city’s haunted past. Meet by nightfall in the Jackson Square Historic District, a Gold Rush-era neighborhood of eerie Victorian architecture. Your tour guide will outfit everyone with an E.M.F. meter that you’ll use throughout the paranormal investigation. From there, enter the old neighborhood, hearing about the forgotten graves and ships buried beneath. Down quiet alleyways, learn of the destruction of the Great Earthquake of 1906, and the residual hauntings that still plague the neighborhood. At any point, you might detect E.M.F. activity, and you'll investigate further using tools such as dowsing rods and a Spirit Box. In Chinatown, hear of the tragedies that mark the neighborhood’s past, including the true crimes whose energies still linger, from a mysterious death in a historic theater to the city’s biggest massacre at the Golden Dragon. End the investigation with a ceremony to honor whatever spirits joined the group with a ritual to ensure that nothing follows you home.

San Francisco: The Walt Disney Family Museum Entrance Ticket

5. San Francisco: The Walt Disney Family Museum Entrance Ticket

Take an inspirational journey through the life of Walt Disney at the Walt Disney Family Museum located in the Presidio of San Francisco. Learn about Disney’s remarkable life story. Be inspired to heed your imagination and persevere in pursuing your goals and dreams. Enter a world of animation, innovation, and inspiration and immerse yourself in the remarkable life story of Walt Disney — the man who raised animation to an art, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a distinctly American legacy, transforming the entertainment world. Explore interactive galleries and state-of-the-art exhibits that are narrated in Walt’s own voice, and feature early drawings, cartoons, movies, music, listening stations, more than 200 video screens, and a spectacular model of Disneyland.

San Francisco: Madame Tussauds Admission Ticket

6. San Francisco: Madame Tussauds Admission Ticket

Enjoy a fun-filled visit to the world’s foremost wax museum. Meet the Bay Area legends who have shaped the iconic city of San Francisco. Mix and mingle with your favorite A-listers, challenge sports legends, hop on stage with pop icons, and be on the set of blockbuster movies.  Step on the court to shoot hoops with Steph Curry, or jam on stage with Jimi Hendrix to experience the full "Spirit of San Francisco." Brainstorm with tech leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates who have transformed our world. Feel the glitz and glamour as you strike a pose with Beyoncé, and light up the stage with Adele. Get behind the camera with Steven Spielberg, and then cozy up to George Clooney on the sofa.

San Francisco: Pier 39 Kids Flyer Thrill Zone Combo Ticket

7. San Francisco: Pier 39 Kids Flyer Thrill Zone Combo Ticket

Perfect for family, friends, or a combination of both, discover Pier 39 with a four-attraction entry ticket. Soar over Northern California in the Flying Theater, skydive with Rush WingSuit Virtual Reality, battle zombies at the 7D Ride Experience, and test your agility in the Laser Maze Challenge. Begin your day at the Flyer "Flying Theater" for a virtual tour of San Francisco, including landmarks like Chinatown and The Golden Gate Bridge. Then test out Rush WingSuit VR, a virtual reality experience that simulates an adrenaline-filled skydive, including "targets" to reach along your flight. Continue to the 7D Ride Experience, a hybrid technology that combines video game competition with the movement of a thrill ride. Then it's time for the final attraction, the Laser Maze Challenge, which tests players' physical speed and agility as they try to reach targets without tripping on lasers.

San Francisco: Golden Gate Park Exploration Game

8. San Francisco: Golden Gate Park Exploration Game

The city game starts at 8th Ave & Fulton St. It will take you between 1 to 1.5 hours to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at Japanese Tea Garden. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure? After your booking, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download and play the game on your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. We recommend that each user purchases a ticket for an optimal experience, although several people can share a phone.

San Francisco: Scavenger and Treasure Hunt Tour for Families

9. San Francisco: Scavenger and Treasure Hunt Tour for Families

Roam around San Fransisco on a guide-led walking tour and treasure hunt which is designed to bring your team closer while giving you a reason to explore the city and bond with each other. Discover the very best attractions of Chinatown, North Beach, and Washington Square Park while solving clues. Meet your guide in front of Old Saint Mary's Cathedral in Chinatown for an introduction and overview of your adventure. Take off on your scavenger hunt through Chinatown and round it off with a visit to the Fortune Cookie Factory. Tour the factory and sample some cookies. Next up is a mini-guided tour of additional Chinatown spots and surprises. Discover the murals along Jack Kerouac Alley and experience the poetry of North Beach. Expect Italian food, culture, and famous landmarks like the Transamerica Pyramid and Coit Tower on your North Beach hunt. End the scavenger hunt in Washington Square Park with an exciting game that has prizes for all. From here you can end your adventure or continue with an optional guided walk up the crooked Lombard Street for a picture-postcard view of San Francisco.

Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt in San Francisco

10. Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt in San Francisco

Want to turn downtown San Francisco into your own personal giant board game? Urban Adventure Quest created an interactive Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt that lets you do just that. On this 3-hour sightseeing tour of San Francisco, you’ll be guided through the city from any smart phone. This is the perfect tour for groups – large or small – looking to make their way to the most well-known sites, along with some hidden gems that the city tries to keep secret. Race to be the first to finish the game, or take as much time as you need, solving clues, completing challenges and learning about local history along the way. The adventure begins in Yerba Buena Park and takes you on a well-designed course through Union Square, Chinatown, and down to the waterfront. You’ll explore approximately 2 miles of guided walking tour and use the city’s cable cars at one point in the game. Use your smart phone as your guide and determine your own pace. Feel like stopping to grab some dim sum in Chinatown? No Problem. Want to grab an ice cream at Fisherman's Wharf? Go for it! You’re on your own schedule. This tour is offered at a fixed group price instead of a per person pricing scale, so this is the perfect city adventure for groups who want to get the best bang for their buck. Points of Interest on Your Quest: Union Square China Town Cable Car Museum Ghirardelli Hyde Pier

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What people are saying about San Francisco

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 241 reviews

Great interactive experience with awesome stories. We actually got to communicate with a spirit on the street. Wes was very knowledgeable and entertaining. This was a great way to spend an evening and worth every penny!

Tour was super interesting, especially lots of history. Unfortunately didn't feel anything in terms of entities but Aaliya, not sure if that's how you write her name, it was super fun

Beth was fantastic! She stuck with our small group and gave us goodies along with teaching us about the area. My son especially loved the fortune cookie factory and the yin/yang game.

We loved it. Nine-year-old would be too old for it but there’s plenty of things to do for all different ages.

Easy to follow, lots of fun information, possible to jump things on the route.