Presidio Tunnel Tops opens to everyone starting Sunday, July 17! Enjoy free family-friendly events and activities throughout opening day, or come back after July 17 for our full opening season of events.
Explore + Play! Make your own adventure on the entire 14-acre site. Take in Golden Gate views from the scenic overlooks and walk on the paths through gardens and meadows. Kids of all ages can climb, crawl, and swing at the new Outpost nature play area, with all natural features made of stone, wood, sand, and water. They can also let their imaginations run wild in the Field Station. See all the great places at Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Food Trucks or Bring a Picnic! Food trucks showcasing the best of our Bay Area cultural cuisine are open around the site. Grab a great meal and enjoy it on the lawns and picnic tables at Presidio Tunnel Tops. Or bring your own picnic!
Live Events! Enjoy performances curated by the Presidio Activator Council, Presidio Community Experts, Hip Hop for Change, and World Arts West, featuring:
- Community Stage Hostess and Emcee, Grammy-award nominee RyanNicole
- Afro-Latin Dance by The CaliDance
- Cuban and Salsa music by Rumbache
- Beats by DJ Unlearn the World and DJ Saurus
- Drum and dance processions by Fogo Na Roupa
- Bi-lingual poetry readings by Forced2Fly
- B-Boy Dance by Oakland Originalz
- Presidio Park Rangers Campfire Talk, 4-4:30pm
- Ruth Asawa School of the Arts Choir
Art! On opening day, artist, social justice activist and Presidio Activator Favianna Rodriguez unveils a temporary mural installation—Ancestral Futurism: Looking Back to Repair the Future—honoring the interconnectedness of the humans, flora, and fauna that have lived in this ecosystem for centuries. The murals are located outdoors on the ground near the presidio Visitor Center and the Outpost nature play area. Additionally, a banner with a welcome message in Ramaytush is on display at Presidio Plaza outside the Transit Center.
About Presidio Tunnel Tops
Presidio Tunnel Tops is a new 14-acre national park experience, built to be a welcoming space to visitors from the Bay Area and around the world. Led by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the Presidio Tunnel Tops campaign raised over $98 million, building on the legacy of public parks access started in the GGNRA 50 years ago.