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  • See the amazing history stored in the rings of these Giant Redwoods

    See the amazing history stored in the rings of these Giant Redwoods
  • Friendly tasting room staff will tell you all about the wine and vineyard

    Friendly tasting room staff will tell you all about their wine
  • Learn about the history of Muir Woods before heading out to explore

    Learn about the history of Muir Woods before heading out to explore
  • Make friends and taste wine at beautiful scenic vineyards and wineries

    Make friends and taste wine at beautiful scenic vineyards and wineries
  • See the Golden Gate Bridge from a viewpoint in the Marin Headlands

    See the Golden Gate Bridge from a viewpoint in the Marin Headlands

Muir Woods Tour with Sonoma Wine Country

On this combo tour, you’ll experience:

  • Muir Woods National Monument
  • Tasting at 3-4 Sonoma Valley wineries
  • A variety of red, white, and dessert wines
  • A drive across the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Touring in the Marin Headlands

Retail price: $119 adult/$109 child*


Web price: $109 adult/$99 child*

Internet savings: $10


*child rates are for ages 0-12

Muir Woods & Sonoma Wine Country Tour

Tours: Daily, year ’round
Departs: 8-9 am pickup from most SF hotels
Duration: 1 full day (10 hours)
Transport: Eco-friendly, comfortable transport in a biodiesel mini-coach (14 passengers max)
Activities: Eco/Sustainable, Food & Wine, Photography, Wildlife & Nature
Includes: Complimentary pickup/dropoff from your San Francisco hotel
Full-time professional, knowledgeable guide
Transportation to/from Wine Country in biodiesel mini-coach
2 full flights of tastings
Narrated guided tour
Not Included: Meals (stops will be made to purchase food)
Muir Woods entrance fee ($7)
Some additional tasting fees may apply
Guide gratuity (optional)
How can a Muir Woods tour be better? Combine it with a Sonoma Wine Country tour! Experience this perfect mixture of nature and culture.

Muir Woods Tour

See the towering Giant Redwoods of Muir Woods National MonumentYou’ll begin your day by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge and passing through the beautiful Marin Headlands on your way to Muir Woods National Monument. There you’ll spend over an hour strolling among some of the tallest trees in the world, the Coastal Redwood. Snap some photos, or simply wander through the misty paths and marvel at these amazing giants.

Sonoma Wine Country Tour

Continuing north, you’ll stop for lunch in the historic Sonoma Town Square, or have a picnic lunch among the grape vines! In the afternoon, enjoy wine tasting in the Sonoma Valley Wine Country at a variety of small-to-medium production California wineries. At the end of the day you will arrive back at your hotel in time for dinner.

For a more in-depth and educational view of California’s Wine Country and to learn more about the wine-making process, see our Napa & Sonoma Wine Education Tour or even stay overnight on our Napa and Sonoma 2 Day Tour and get the best of both worlds!


PLEASE READ: Our terms/conditions and cancellation policy

Sample Itinerary

8:15-9:00am: Pick up from San Francisco hotels
9:00am – 10:15am: After pickup, head north across the Golden Gate Bridge, which offers sweeping views of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, and the city skyline. We wind through the coastal mountains of the Marin Headlands, past Mt. Tamalpais (the highest point in the North Bay region) on our way to Muir Woods National Monument.
Approx. 10:30am: Arrive at Muir Woods National Monument.
10:30am – 11:45am: The coastal redwood is the tallest tree species in the world. These trees only thrive in Northern California and Oregon, due to the thick fog that blankets the west coast in the summer months. In 1908, Senator William Kent and his wife donated their land to the state, and President Theodore Roosevelt designated it as a federally protected area. Muir Woods National Monument is the only surviving stand of old-growth redwood forest in the Bay Area. You will have 1 – 1 1/2 hours to wander amongst these towering giants. The sights, sounds, and smells of this living museum are sure to reconnect you with a natural world that was almost lost.
12:00-1:30pm: Reconnect with the guide and group, and begin your journey to the Sonoma Wine Country. Traveling north, you will see the beautiful valleys where fantastic wines have been produced since before California was a part of the Union. The landscape of rolling hills laced with rows of grapevines is impressive and provides a romantic backdrop for memorable photographs.
1:30pm: Stop for a picnic lunch at a winery (not included), or grab a bite in the historic Sonoma town square. In the town square (time permitting), you will have a chance to see the Mission San Francisco de Solano, the northernmost California mission, sample cheeses at Sonoma Jack’s Cheese Factory, and peruse the boutique shops of this quaint downtown.
2:30pm-5:00pm: Spend the afternoon wine tasting around the Sonoma Wine Country. Sample a variety of white, red, and dessert wines at wineries such as Homewood, Larson, Cline Cellars, and Robledo, among others (some tasting fees may apply).
5:00pm-6:00pm: A stop at the Golden Gate Bridge is a must-do if you’ve never witnessed the awe-inspiring view of San Francisco from the Marin Headlands.
6:00pm-6:30pm: End with a drop-off at your San Francisco hotel in time for dinner!

**Sample Itineraries: Please note that due to conditions (special events, traffic) in Muir Woods and Wine Country and the small size of our vehicles/groups, we can allow our guides the flexibility to tailor your itinerary to best suit the needs of the group. While we guarantee that we’ll do our best to provide you with all of the highlights within this itinerary (conditions permitting), we do not guarantee them in this specific order. **

All Season:

  • Photo ID for tasting wines (you must be 21+ with a valid ID to participate in tastings).
  • Camera & Charger
  • Spending money for incidentals, Muir Woods entrance fee, and lunch
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Layered clothing – Muir Woods can be rather chilly, and Wine Country can get very warm!
  • Sun protection
  • Water bottle

MW 1

The Best Day

Our day on an Incredible Adventure with Will as our guide was the best day we spent in San Francisco. The tour was timed to avoid crowds so there were few tourists when we arrived at Muir Woods. Each winery we visited had excellent choices of wine to sample.
We never felt rushed during the tour, and all of our party felt we got excellent value for the money we paid for the tour. Will was an efficient driver who supplied just enough information about what we were seeing and doing. I also appreciated the use of ecologically sound buses.
I will definitely take another tour with Incredible Adventures the next time I’m in San Francisco and highly recommend it for others.

- Susan Pierce
Traveled August 2013

MW 2

Great even without the wine!

Our tour guide, Cecilly, was truly delightful and knowledgeable. She was especially accommodating to us who joined the tour even though we were not drinking, and she made us feel just as welcome. Cecilly is quite an asset to your organization; and we will certainly recommend your tour company to our friends.

- Faye & Hamed Abdou
Traveled August 2013

MW 3

Such a Great Time

My friend and I took a tour to Sonoma and the Muir Woods on Tuesday and had such a great time! Paul was our guide and was definitely the reason why our trip was so fun! He did a great job with selecting the vineyards and getting feedback from everyone in the van, was really fun to hang with, and just an all-around great guy.
I would definitely choose Incredible Adventures again, based on what a great time we had with him.
Thanks again!

- Vincent M.
Traveled July 2011

MW 4

knowledgeable, personable and all-around fun

“I just wanted to thank you again for our wonderful Muir woods and Sonoma tour with your guide Mitch. He is awesome…knowledgeable, personable and all around fun! We had no idea what to expect and we are so happy we chose your company. Thanks so much…Highly recommended!”

- Kara & Kevin
Traveled August 2011

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