Wheelchair Access: Enter through the standard queue. Proceed along a glass-walled corridor accessible to Guests using wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs). Screens and monitors built into the factory are used for brief, humorous tours throughout the day.
Guests may remain in their wheelchair or Electric Convenience Vehicle to experience this attraction.
Go on a tasty tour of a real bakery and see how the world-famous San Francisco sourdough bread is made.
From Dough to Delicious
Bite into a free sample of delicate bread, and get ready to start your tour! Read More
Bite into a free sample of delicate bread, and get ready to start your tour!
Follow along with the factory’s recorded hosts, funny film and television stars Rosie O’Donnell and Colin Mochrie, as they explain the process of creating one of the most luscious loaves around.
Behind glass walls, expert bakers turn dough into the same piping hot bread that’s pleased San Franciscans for over 150 years.
More Bread After your tour, be sure to purchase Boudin Bakery rolls, loaves and sandwiches at the Pacific Wharf Café across the way.
History of Boudin Bakery Boudin Bakery is San Francisco’s oldest continuously running company. In 1849, Boudin was a tiny, old-world shop on San Francisco’s Dupont Street. Since then, it has evolved into a world-famous bakery renowned for using the finest ingredients available.
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