San Francisco Lights at Night Tour Tickets in San Francisco, CA

Lucky Tuk Tuk757 Beach StreetSan Francisco, CA 94109
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Total Price: $387.60 (USD)
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The Tuk Tuk offers a unique way to explore San Francisco at night. Get the picturesque nighttime views of San Francisco, including Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and more, from the comfort of your ride with heated seats and blankets! A knowledgeable guide narrates along the way and will make numerous stops so you can take photos with friends or family.

up to 2 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our San Francisco Travel Experts
  • Family-friendly and recommended for ages 6+.
  • The tour lasts for approximately 2 hours.
  • Fully narrated, guided tour. Tips are encouraged for a great service.
  • Explore San Francisco at night in a cozy, electric Tuk Tuk with warm blankets and heated seats.
  • Please bring the required car seat or booster seat for any young children and a camera for pictures.
  • If touring with children ages 3–4, best to buy out the tour to ensure everyone’s enjoyment and safety.
  • Please note that children ages below three (3) are not permitted.


from San Francisco Lights at Night Tour
Nighttime San Francisco offers the most awesome views, and you won’t miss a single one when you see them from an eco-friendly Tuk Tuk.

Enjoy the sparkling lights of San Francisco in the small but mighty electric vehicle! Load up your Instagram with shots of the bejeweled skyline and the magnificent Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy the bustle of Fisherman’s Wharf, take in the Bay Bridge light show from the Embarcadero, cruise through the back alleys of Chinatown, and savor the aromas of Italian dinners in North Beach.

Your 2 or 3-hour private excursion is narrated by entertaining tour guides who know their stuff! Your tour guide picks you up in Union Square or Fisherman's Wharf. Tours are limited to five riders per Tuk Tuk (6 guests are okay with a group that includes children and adults).

City Lights Night Tour highlights include:
  • Fisherman's Wharf, Dungeness crab stands, and picturesque fishing harbors
  • Maritime Park and historic ships at Hyde Street Pier
  • Marina Green with views of Alcatraz Island and San Francisco Bay
  • Views of the Golden Gate Bridge from the edge of Crissy Field.
  • The Palace of Fine Arts.
  • Marina District.
  • City Hall, Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, Asian Art Museum
  • Union Square
  • Dragon Gate and Chinatown
  • Jackson Square historic district
  • Transamerica Pyramid, Embarcadero Center, and Financial District
  • Ferry Building and Embarcadero
  • Bay Bridge Lights show from the Ferry Building
  • Exploratorium and Cruise Ship Terminal
  • Broadway Street and tunnel
  • Lombard Street - the most crooked street (depending on traffic conditions).
  • North Beach, Little Italy, and Washington Square Park
  • Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill
  • Pier 39 and Ferry Arch at Pier 41

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Frequently Asked Questions about San Francisco Lights at Night Tour

Are there any restrictions for this tour?

There are none. But please note that the Tuk Tuk has a high step, so tour participants must be able to step in and out of the vehicle. Tour guides have foldaway steps to aid guests that need a leg up.

What should I wear?

Dress in layers, as the weather in San Francisco is generally chilly and windy. Please leave bulky backpacks at home. All personal items must be stored on your lap.

What should I bring?

Please bring the required car seat or booster seat for any young children and a camera for pictures.

Where is the meeting location?

The tours meet in Fisherman’s Wharf at 757 Beach Street near Hyde St. at Umbrella Alley.

Is the tour appropriate for children?

Yes. Children ages 3+ can join on tour, but it is recommended for ages 5+.

Is the tour wheelchair-accessible?

Unfortunately, the tour cannot accommodate wheelchairs. The vehicles have a high step to get in and out of them.

Can I bring my own food or beverages?

Only non-alcoholic drinks in screw-top bottles are permitted. Food or alcohol can't be consumed on board the Tuk Tuk.

How many people can fit in a Tuk Tuk?

A Tuk Tuk seats five (5) people comfortably but is built to seat six (6) people. Please note that children can't seat on the lap. Everyone in your party must have their own seat.

What happens if it rains or Karl the Fog makes an appearance during the tour?

All the Tuk Tuk vehicles have heated seats and blankets aboard! Ponchos will be offered in case of light rain or drizzle. If tours get canceled due to a rainstorm, management will work with you to reschedule or provide a full refund. Passenger safety remains the top priority.