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The Painted Ladies with Exclusive Access to a Victorian Mansion

  • Duration: 3h
  • Live guide in English
  • Starting time: 10:00
  • Three-hour guided walking tour of Victorian San Francisco
  • See Cottage Row, lined with homes built in the 1800s
  • See the Spreckels Mansion from outside
  • See the Row Houses (Painted Ladies) and get exclusive access to a private Painted Lady with an amazing collection of Victoriana
  • Small groups of 20 people or fewer
  • Local expert guide
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About: The Painted Ladies

The term 'Painted Ladies' was first coined by writers Elizabeth Pomada and Michael Larsen in 1978, to describe the repainted polychrome Victorian and Edwardian houses of San Francisco. The use of multiple colors accentuates the architectural detailing of the buildings' facades, and the houses have become an emblematic part of San Francisco's cultural landscape.

The Painted Ladies
Steiner St & Hayes St, CA, 94117, San Francisco
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