Useful Information and Links
From San Francisco: Take the Tiburon Boulevard exit from US 101 (about 5 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge). Make a right turn and follow Tiburon Boulevard approximately four miles to downtown Tiburon.
From the North: Take US 101 South to the Tiburon Boulevard exit. Make a left turn and follow Tiburon Boulevard approximately four miles to downtown Tiburon.
From the East Bay: Take the Richmond San Rafael Bridge to US 101 South. Take US 101 South to the Tiburon Boulevard exit. Make a left turn and follow Tiburon Boulevard approximately four miles to downtown Tiburon.
You can get detailed driving instructions from wherever you are here.
A wonderful, relaxing way to get to Tiburon is by ferry. Daily ferry service to Tiburon is provided by Golden Gate Ferry and the Blue & Gold Fleet. Here are links to their websites:
One of the most popular ways of getting to Tiburon is by bicycle. There are many places to rent a bicycle, and they usually provide clear directions for cycling to Tiburon through Sausalito. A wonderful way to spend the day! And an opportunity to learn about the history of the area as well.
You can get detailed bicycling directions from wherever you are here.
Here are links to some bicycle rental companies in San Francisco. They operate from many locations. In alphabetical order:
FOR CONFERENCE OR MEETING PLANNERS
A walking tour is a wonderful and relaxing free-time group activity to include in meeting agendas. Whether your conference is being held at:
The Lodge at Tiburon in Tiburon
The Waters Edge Hotel in Tiburon
The Acqua Hotel in Mill Valley
Holiday Inn Express in Mill Valley
The Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa in Sausalito
Cavallo Point Lodge at the Golden Gate in Sausalito
The Inn Above Tide in Sausalito
Embassy Suites by Hilton in San Rafael
Four Points by Sheraton in San Rafael
or any of the other great Marin County hotels, a walking tour can be a great way to break up a packed agenda. We can customize the tour to your time constraints, and discounted prices are available for large groups. Contact us for more information.
A great resource for meeting planners is:
Destination Tiburon — The official visitors’ guide to the Town of Tiburon. Describes the many great things to do in Tiburon, provides a calendar of events, and much more.
Angel Island Ferry — Complement your walking tour with a visit to Angel Island. Or make another day of it! Hiking its many trails, visiting historic buildings, or just enjoying the natural beauty of its location, the Angel Island website describes all the many activities you can enjoy when visiting this important Bay Area attraction.
Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society — In addition to the Railroad and Ferry Depot Museum, the Landmarks Society manages and maintains three other landmarks well worth your visit: Old St. Hilary’s Landmark, the China Cabin, and the Landmarks Art and Garden Center. They also sell a large variety of materials about the area’s history. Get more information at its website.
Benjamin and Hilarita Lyford House — Located at the Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary on Richardson Bay, this is the Victorian house built in 1876 and occupied by Dr. Benjamin and Hilarita Lyford. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Once-monthly tours are offered during part of the year, and the schedule is on its website.
The Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce — In addition to being an advocate for the Tiburon Peninsula’s businesses, the Chamber sponsors several events, such as the Tiburon Wine Festival, and Friday Nights on Main. A complete list of their events and services is available on its website.
The Town of Tiburon — For information about the Town Government and its services, visit its website.
The Ranch at Dairy Knoll — In addition to Tiburon Walking Tours, The Ranch offers a wide variety of recreational and education programs for people of all ages. Check out their website.