Transportation to Tiburon


Historically a railroad town, Tiburon has been transformed into a charming seacoast village. Get up close and personal with an abundance of animals living in nearby wildlife reserves. Richardson Bay Park and the Audubon Society’s Richardson Bay Sanctuary lie just outside city limits. Tiburon also offers excellent biking and hiking on the San Francisco Bay Trail, which runs through town. Get there via frequent ferry departures leaving from Pier 39.

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By Blue and Gold Fleet 
Duration: 20 minutes
Cost: $10.50 (adults), $6.25 (children and seniors)

By Golden Gate Transit 
Take Bus 70 to Seminary Bus Pad and transfer to Bus 19 to Tiburon
Duration: About 2 hours
Cost: $4.25 (adults), $2 (children, seniors, and disabled)

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