Redwoods, Wine &
Small groups. Big eats.
The bounty of Northern California is on full display in this one-day nature and culinary adventure.
The day begins at the magnificent Muir Woods with a walk among trees that soar 300 feet in the sky. This is an unparalleled chance to experience trees that have been around for 1500 years.
We then move on to Kendall-Jackson winery and culinary garden where the farm-to-table culinary movement is in full bloom. We will tour through the gardens that are the source of vegetables and herbs for California’s most prestigious restaurants.
Once we’ve seen the incredible offering of the culinary garden, Kendall Jackson’s award-winning chefs will prepare a four-course lunch paired with some of Kendall Jackson’s finest wines. The seasonal menu is designed with the freshest ingredients from the garden along with locally sourced meats and fruits.
|7:30 – 8:15||Pick up from your San Francisco hotel|
|8:30||Drive across the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods National Monument|
|12:00||Drive to Kendall Jackson Culinary Garden for a guided walk through fields of vegetables and herbs|
|12:30||Four-Course wine paired meal made with ingredients from the garden and from local purveyors|
|3:00||Start return to San Francisco with a wonderful stop in the Marin headlands for photos of the Golden Gate Bridge|
|4:30||Arrive in San Francisco and your hotel|
*Tour times are approximate
|Adults||Children (under 12)|
*PRICE INCLUDES ADMISSION TO THE PARK (unlike other tour companies).
Multiple Tour Discounts
Just book your first tour and your discount code will be sent in the confirmation email. It’s that easy.
Muir Woods National Monument
The Giant Coastal Redwoods trees can be found only in a narrow, cool coastal belt from Monterey to the Oregon border.
Just north of the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the great preserved forests of of these amazing trees. They are 400 to 800 years old and their height is up to 250 feet. The one-mile trail is very flat and loops through the grove. The National Monument was established in 1908 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places one hundred years later, in 2008.