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Tour San Francisco on a classic cable car
Tour San Francisco on a Classic Cable Car. Our 2-hour city highlights tour includes a ride over the Golden Gate Bridge. All vehicles are crafted with solid oak and brass and designed from the original cable car blueprints.
Classic Cable Car Sightseeing is a charter company started by Arnold Gridley in the 1950s. He purchased many cable cars from the California Street Cable Car Line and motorized them, so they could run on the streets. The Classic Cable Car fleet now has over 40 motorized cable cars—some dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s, while others have been crafted out of the same materials and from the same blueprints of the vintage vehicles.
Classic Cable Car Sightseeing offers a 2-hour tour through the city, as well as private charters, or as the company describes them, “Memorable Events on Historic Vehicles”. This company has over 50 years of experience and has provided a vintage touch to over 50,000 events. Special occasions, corporate events, personal tour routes, scavenger hunts, shuttle service and karaoke are some of the types of events that Class Cable Car Sightseeing chauffeurs.
Classic Cable Car Sightseeing
450 Bay Street San Francisco, CA , San Francisco
Open Hours: Mon-Sun. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Category: Tours and Sightseeing
Price: Cost money
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