Listen to a slice of life at Fort Point in the post Civil War days. An unidentified private tells about his day. You can download the digital files below to play back on your own MP3 player, smart phone, or other digital audio device.
After it has downloaded, extract the files in your file browser:
Point Bonita Lighthouse
Point Bonita is a historical site on the edge, where the land meets the water, and where San Francisco Bay meets the Pacific Ocean. You can download the digital files below to play back on your own MP3 player, smart phone, or other digital audio device at the Point Bonite Lighthouse. This version is higher quality audio then is available from the call in version of the tour.
Lands End Lookout
This new 4,150-square-foot visitor center above the ruins of the Sutro Baths opened in May 2012. Learn about the natural and cultural history of the area, and hike the nearby trails along the coast and up into the nearby Sutro Heights gardens.
Presidio Philippine War
The period of the Philippine-American War was one of the busiest in the history of the Presidio. Virtually every soldier who fought there embarked from here, and came home the same way. The tour takes about 1 1/2 hours, and covers app. 2 1/2 miles. There is a map and recorded audio for you to download to an MP3 player, smart phone, or other digital audio device.
Two Audio Tour routes are available at Fort Baker:
1. A three-mile moderate walking tour with 18 stops.
2. A 3/4-mile route around the Fort Baker parade ground with 10 stops, plus five additional stops that can be listened to from your car.
Follow the guide and look for the small signs indicating a stop. Call 415-375-8281 and enter the tour stop number and then # (pound sign) to hear 1 - 2 minute audio segments. You can also call into the tour from home or any location.
Download All Fort Baker Audio Tour Stops: Accessible Audio Tour MP3 [14.3 MB] Zip File
Last updated: May 28, 2019