Point Reyes Station Historical Walking Tours

...stepping back in time...


Join us for the first tour of the 2018 season on Saturday, June 23rd!

On June 23rd and 30th, in addition to the regular tour lead by Meg Linden and Ruby Clarke, Dewey Livingston will be leading youth and adult training tours; please call Rhonda Kutter at 415-663-5451 if you are interested in becoming a guide.

Tickets are available starting at 9am at the Point Reyes Farmer's Market at Toby's Feed Barn, and also online. Click the link below to purchase. Tickets for later dates can be purchased on our Schedule page.



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The Historical Walking Tour

We offer historical tours of the downtown Point Reyes Station area every Saturday during the Farmer's Market season starting at 10am. Tours run over an hour, averaging 75minutes.

Tours begin at little blue Visitor's Center next to the historic Grandi building. The tour moves down A Street toward the wetlands, then we venture down some back streets of Point Reyes Station. Explore the route you'll be taking which includes  main streets with our interactive map.  

We will be providing the an historical overview, focussing on the period of significance 1871-1933 . . .

"This is a very informative tour--locals and visitors are all sure to enjoy it!
"Great to see youth so informed and interested in history."
 Max Wessner and Dewey Livingston by the wetland describing the natural history of the area before the settlement of Point Reyes Station.

Max Wessner and Dewey Livingston by the wetland describing the natural history of the area before the settlement of Point Reyes Station.

 

We start here...