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A large youth groups walks up a path at Presidio Tunnel Tops. Photo by Rachel Styer.

Tours & Group Visits

Discover Park Ranger talks, self-guided adventures, and visits for youth and community groups.

We offer self-guided ways to explore, free Park Ranger talks, free history exhibitions, and support for visiting youth and community groups.

Sample ways to explore the park below.

Tours of the Presidio

While the park doesn’t currently offer a regular program of guided public tours, you can craft your own experience using sample itineraries and downloadable self-guided adventures.

Sample Itineraries

Find an adventure that matches your interests and time.

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Self-Guided Adventures

Spark ideas for your visit with our downloadable guides and tools.

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Sign panel for a StoryWalk in the Presidio.

Free Park Ranger Talks

National Park Service rangers offer free talks about Presidio history and nature. See what’s coming up.

A female park ranger speaks to a group of visitors.Photo by Rachel Styer.

Free History Exhibitions at the Presidio Officers’ Club

Experience free exhibits tracing the Presidio’s fascinating past, supported by knowledgeable volunteers.

A volunteer speaks to a group of visitors at Presidio Officers’ Club.Photo by Charity Vargas.

Youth Group Visits to Presidio Tunnel Tops

Youth groups can enjoy incredible experiences at the Outpost nature playground and Field Station at Presidio Tunnel Tops.

A large group of kids visiting Presidio Tunnel Tops.Photo by Rachel Styer.

Community Access and Visits

Our Community Shuttle, Community Reservable Spaces, and other Community Access programs aim to make it easier for local communities to visit and explore the Presidio.

A large group from B Magic visiting the Presidio.

We’re Here to Help

Have a question about the park? Want help planning your next visit? We’ve got you covered.

Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center