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Use the enclosed maps as a reference guide to explore Marin’s great outdoors!

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Muir Woods National Monument Reservations are now required for all personal vehicles and shuttle riders visiting Muir Woods National Monument. Plan your trip in advance to avoid crowded weekends and high visitation weekday hours. www.GoMuirWoods.com has all the information needed to make your visit to Muir Woods more enjoyable. Fees for a Parking Reservation $8.00 per privately owned vehicle Park Entrance Fee $10.00 per adult (16 years and older) Free - child (15 years and younger)

Entrance fees to the woods may be purchased in advance with your reservation or upon arrival to the park.

Instead of driving to the woods make a reservation on the shuttle. Muir Woods Shuttle Reservation $3.00 per adult round trip ticket (16 years and older) Free - child round trip ticket (15 years and younger) The Muir Woods Shuttle picks up at the following locations: Pohono Park & Ride - Free parking available 100 Shoreline Hwy in Sausalito Recommended for visitors driving to this shuttle stop area. Parking reservations are not needed at this location. Transit Connections: Allow a 30-minute departure window. Marin Transit: Route 17, Route 61 Sausalito - Parking not available; Be prepared for a 3 min walk. Shuttles leave from Bay & Bridgeway Streets in Sausalito. Recommended for visitors taking the Golden Gate Ferry from San Francisco’s Ferry Building and the Blue & Gold Fleet from Fisherman’s Wharf at Pier 43. Reservations at this location are made for an exact departure time. Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled departure.

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Park Hours 8:00 am to sunset 365 days a year Visitor Center Hours 8:00 am to 30 minutes before the park closes


Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Get to Know Marin’s Civic Center W WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AND THE MARIN COUNTY CIVIC CENTER?

TAKE A DOCENT TOUR Ninety-minute docent tours are offered on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30 am. Meet at the second-floor Café, Room 233.

Tickets and Info marincenter.org 415.473.3762

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s the last commissioned work by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Civic Center was the only government project he designed. Sadly, Wright didn’t see the completed building, as he died in 1959, before the project was finished. Visitors can take in an array of extraordinary design features at this national and state historic landmark. The beauty of the building belies the controversy that preceded its construction. Get to know more of the architect and his building by taking a 90 minute docent-led tour every Wednesday or Friday at 10:30am. Tours leave from the second floor Café, Room 23, at 3501 Civic Center Drive.

3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael, CA

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he Bartolini Gallery, inside Marin Center’s Exhibit Hall Building, presents the work of local artists year ‘round and showcases the diversity and creativity of talent in Marin County. The gallery is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.and on selected weekends. It is located at 10 Avenue of the Flags in San Rafael.

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2018 Visitor Guide Map Insert  

View maps of Marin County, the Point Reyes National Seashore, and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA/Headlands). Information on...

2018 Visitor Guide Map Insert  

View maps of Marin County, the Point Reyes National Seashore, and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA/Headlands). Information on...