Preview of SF Neon tours by Evatt Carrodus
The Richmond District shines in this guided tour by San Francisco Neon about neon signs and how they illuminate the history of this western neighborhood. This to-part tour is presented in proud partnership with co-host Nicole Meldahl and David Gallagher of the Western Neighborhood Project.
As we shelter in place, join us for an online journey through the historic corridors of Jones, Eddy, O'Farrell, Geary, Post, Sutter, and Bush Streets. From the gritty to the sublime, you’ll see vintage neon signs and learn some city history about this iconic San Francisco neighborhood.
Follow a historic trail via neon and matchbooks on an online journey to discover San Francisco's mid-century night-life culture. You’ll see stunning visuals of vintage match books and neon signs from the nightclubs, hotels, and late-night greasy spoons that formed the Tenderloin’s mid-century nightscape.
This Tenderloin West tour follows a route to discover ghost signs and vintage neon signs along the corridors of Polk, Larkin, Hyde, Post, Geary, and O’Farrell Streets in San Francisco. There are so many vintage signs in the Tenderloin it takes two tours to feature all of these remarkable signs and their backstories.
This Tenderloin East tour features ghost signs and vintage neon signs along the corridors of Ellis, Eddy, Golden Gate, Leavenworth, Jones, Taylor, Mason, Powell, and Market Streets. There are so many vintage signs in the Tenderloin it takes two tours to feature all these remarkable signs and their backstories.