San Francisco

Experience the soul of San Francisco with Summer AI, your personal AI Guide. You can explore at your own pace using the unique technology that narrates the world around you with stunning text-to-speech using nothing but your GPS location. Discover the iconic Golden Gate Bridge's architectural splendor and its rich history. Immerse yourself in the oldest Chinatown in North America, vividly brought to life through the audio tour guide. Let the serene beauty of the San Francisco Botanical Garden captivate you, while Summer and her fellow AI hosts enlightens you with unique insights into its diverse ecosystem. Visit the historic mansions of Nob Hill, where tales of affluent past residents add an extra layer to the vibrant cityscape. Connect with the rebel spirit of Haight-Ashbury, a vivid symbol of the 1960s counterculture, and the culturally rich Mission District with its stunning street art. Finally, relish the lively atmosphere of Fisherman's Wharf, getting to know its history and meeting its charismatic sea lions at Pier 39.

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Sample Narrations

  1. Salesforce Park

    Salesforce Park is a 5.4-acre rooftop park located in downtown San Francisco, above the Salesforce Transit Center and in the shadow of Salesforce Tower. It features a lush landscape with 600 trees, 16,000 plants, and a linear fountain. The park has 15 entry points, including a privately-operated gondola, and bridges to surrounding buildings such as Salesforce Tower and 181 Fremont. It is open to the public daily with winter hours from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and summer hours from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

  2. San Francisco Ferry Building: History

    The Ferry Building was the second busiest transit terminal in the world, second only to London's Charing Cross Station. Opened in 1898, the building replaced a wooden predecessor constructed on the same site in 1875. The well built reinforced building with its arched arcades survived both the 1906 and the 1989 earthquakes with little damage. In the second half of the 20th century, although the Ferry Building and its clock tower remained a part of the San Francisco skyline, the condition of the building interior declined with changes.

  3. Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden

    Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden is located in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. It has been delighting visitors since the 1900s and is named after the longest-ruling Dutch monarch. The garden features an extravagant array of tulips and other blooms, as well as a historic windmill. The tulips are donated by the Dutch Bulb Growers' Association, and the garden is best visited during the springtime when the colorful show is at its peak. The garden is open Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm.

  4. The Clarion Alley Mural Project

    Clarion Alley Street Art is a collection of amazing street art located in the Mission District of San Francisco. The project features murals created by local and international artists, showcasing a combination of real and illusory worlds. Clarion Alley is a one-block alleyway between Mission Street and Valencia Street, known for its socially engaged and aesthetically innovative public art. Since 1992, over 700 murals have been created, giving voice to disenfranchised communities and reflecting the social and political movements of our time.

Over 1500 Points Of Interest

A map of  with points of interest marked that are available on Summer AI's audio tour guide.