Transportation to Angel Island

Rich with family-friendly hiking trails and spectacular views of the Bay Area, Angel Island is perfect for a nearby escape from the city. Hiking, biking, camping, and tours… And don’t miss the immigration museum for a fascinating look at history.

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Things to Do in Angel Island

By the Blue and Gold Fleet
San Francisco Stop: Pier 41
Duration: 15 minutes
Cost: $8.50/$17 (adult weekdays/weekends), $6.25/$9.50 (children and seniors weekdays/weekends)

By the Angel Island Ferry
Those visiting Tiburon can take the ferry direct to Angel Island
Duration: 10 minutes
Cost: $13.50 (adults); $11.50 (ages 6 – 12) ; $3.50  (ages 3 – 5)
Notes: Bicycles are allowed ($1 fee per bike). Tickets include park admission fee.

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