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You Can Also see Other Sights

  • Alcatraz (from Ferry)
  • Bay Bridge (from Ferry)
  • Fisherman’s Wharf / Pier 39
  • Coit Tower
  • City Hall / Civic Center
  • Washington Square Park
  • Sutro Tower
  • The Marina District
  • St. Peter & Paul Church
  • Financial District
  • Market Street
  • The Embarcadero
  • The Fairmount Hotel
  • Victorian Homes
  • Edwardian Homes
  • Presidio National Park
San Francisco city tour
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Alfred Hitchcock All-day tour 8 to 10 hour

ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S SAN FRANCISCO
Neighborhood: Nob Hill/ Union Square
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ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S SAN FRANCISCO
Neighborhood: Nob Hill/ Union Square
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ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S SAN FRANCISCO
Neighborhood: Nob Hill/ Union Square
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San Francisco is an inherently cinematic city. Its rolling hills, Victorian roof lines, and panoramic vistas would make it a tremendous backdrop for any director — but nobody knew how to film the city better than the legendary Alfred Hitchcock.

Hitchcock fell in love with the city while filming here in 1939. After planting his roots in a sprawling estate an hour south, the Master of Suspense churned out several classics featuring San Francisco — including his masterpiece Vertigo. See the landmarks Hitchcock shot and learn how he used the city’s unique look to create his signature sense of paranoia. Discover what made San Francisco one of Hitchcock’s favorite cities, and gain an even greater appreciation for Hitchcock’s faithful encapsulation of San Francisco in the 1950s and ‘60s. A truly thrilling trip down memory lane.