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SF Jewish Heritage Tour

Chabad of SF

SF Jewish Heritage Tour
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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Kosher Box Lunch
Must be purchased by Thursday prior to the tour.
66 hours before event starts $15.00 $1.74
Adult Ticket (Full Price) 1 min before event starts $38.00 $2.89
Child Ticket (under 13 years old) 1 min before event starts $32.00 $2.59
Adult Ticket (Early Bird Discount) 7 days before event starts $32.00 $2.59
Child Ticket (under 13 - Early Bird Discount) 7 days before event starts $26.00 $2.29
Adult (Group of 4 or more 10% OFF)   more info 1 min before event starts $34.00 $2.69

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Event Details

Come enjoy our SF Jewish Heritage Tour aboard the Mitzvah Cable Car! (Watch our Promo Video.)

See SF and hear all about the citties Jewish heritage aboard the one and only Mitzvah Cable Car. This beautiful and dynamic city continues to grow, from the first Jews that moved here in 1850, to the economic and cultural icons that have become synonymous with San Francisco. We invite you to join us for this one-of-a-kind experience, while doing acts of goodness and kindness, and other Mitzvot, to help bring about world peace.

Upcoming Tours are Scheduled for Sundays 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, and 3/22. Groups of 4 or more receive a 10% discount. (Enter promotional code: "4-or-More".)

The tour leaves at 10:55am sharp, from Union Square (corner of Geary and Powell St.), and ends at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, at 1:30pm.

There will be a break for lunch, so make sure to include the purchase of a Kosher Box Lunch or bring something else to enjoy. (Box lunches must be ordered by the Thursday prior to the tour.)

Call 415.987.8355 or email: Mitzvahcablecar@gmail.com for more details or to book a private tour.  

Please help spread the word via email and our Facebook Event Page.

We looking forward to welcoming you aboard the Mitzvah Cable Car.


Moshe Langer and the Mitzvah Cable Car team.


Have questions about SF Jewish Heritage Tour? Contact Chabad of SF

When & Where

Union Square Corner of Geary and Powell St.
279 Geary St.
San Francisco, CA


Chabad of SF

New Jewish Happy Hour Rocks Downtown SF

SoMa Shul monthly schmooze with free drinks in a Jewish desert!

  San Francisco -- Chabad SF’s latest innovation is the SoMa Shul, sponsoring Happy Hour at The Hub Bay Area, 4th Friday of every month. Featuring free drinks, live music, a Blue Angel Vodka Bar and of course challah, the event draws downtown San Francisco people who have few venues for traditional Jewish Torah observance in the local vicinity. 

“We’ll have an open bar, and delicious hors d'oeuvres for you to enjoy,” says Rabbi Shmulik Friedman who moved to San Francisco to open the new SoMa Shul. “Stick around if you’d like for a shabbos prayer at 7, or just come by to meet others in the tribe for a drink before the weekend begins.” 

Located at The Hub Bay Area, SF School of Digital Film Making at 925 Mission Street, Suite 108 in San Francisco has graciously opened its doors to the SoMa Shul. SoMa Shul Happy Hour happens the last Friday of every month, followed by prayer services at 7 pm, and then Saturday morning Torah services and noontime lunch. For more information visit www.chabadsf.org/soma. 

“Join us after work, and get your schmooze on with Chabad of SF,” says Rabbi Yosef Langer of Chabad SF. “Join us for a free happy hour with challah and cocktails at the Hub.” Everything will be kosher. 

The SoMa Shul, a project of 'Chabad of SF' - Rabbi Yosef Langer, located in SoMa / Downtown San Francisco, is a place for people to get together and celebrate their Judaism. We host Friday Night Services, Happy Hour, Shabbat Dinners, Shabbos morning Prayers with a Chulent Kiddush. We hold 'Lunch N' Learn' classes and lectures during the week, and we will host the first daily morning Minyan, Downtown San Francisco. We plan to have many more programs and activities opened to the entire community. The other daily minyan (prayer service) taking place in downtown is at The Mitzvah Cable Car - also a project of Chabad SF.

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