Getting Here

Arriving by Car
From the south, cross the Golden Gate Bridge going north, and follow Highway 101 to the Tiburon Boulevard exit (8 miles). Turn right, and follow Tiburon Boulevard into the Town of Tiburon. 

Use the map below to get specific driving instructions to Tiburon from either the north or south.
Arriving by Ferry
You have two options if arriving by ferry: The Blue and Gold Ferry or the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry.

Note: Marin Transit offers a feeder route (Route 219) that connects Tiburon hills to the ferry dock. For more information, visit the Marin Transit website or call 415-226-0855.
Blue and Gold Ferry
The Blue and Gold Ferry is a great way to get to Tiburon from San Francisco. Service is offered from Pier 41 and the Ferry Building in the city, and it takes just 30 minutes to cross the Bay to Tiburon. The ferry serves coffee in the morning and cocktails in the evenings — a truly wonderful way to commute.

Visit the Blue and Gold Fleet website for more details, including ticket prices and schedules.
Blue and Gold ferry pulling up to the dock
Angel Island Tiburon Ferry
The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry is a quick and charming way to get between Angel Island and Tiburon.  For ferry schedules, prices and other information, visit the Angel Island Ferry website.


Arriving by Bus
Golden Gate Transit offers public transportation by bus to Tiburon.  For more information, including schedules and fares, visit the Golden Gate Transit website.

Arriving by Bicycle
For those who love to bike, consider renting a bicycle in San Francisco and riding over the Golden Gate Bridge to Tiburon via the Tiburon Peninsula Path.  For more information, including recommended routes and rental information, visit the Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals and Tours website.