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The Moscone Center - San Francisco

The Moscone Center - San Francisco

Surrounded by Yerba Buena Gardens and spanning 20 acres on three adjacent blocks in downtown San Francisco, Moscone Center is the destination for world-class expos, trade shows, conferences, meetings, seminars, and banquets.

The Moscone Center is the centerpiece of the vibrant Yerba Buena neighborhood that includes major hotels, numerous cultural venues, restaurants, galleries and parks.

Moscone Convention Center
747 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
(the corner of Third & Howard streets)
Tel: 415-974-4000
Fax: 415-974-4073
www.moscone.com

The more than 1.1 million square foot Moscone Center complex consists of three exhibition halls. The three stories tall Moscone South is located to the south of Howard Street. Moscone North, located to the north of Howard Street, and Moscone West a three-level exhibition hall located across 4th Street from Moscone North.

Moscone North / South

Moscone Convention Center North / South
747 Howard Street,
San Francisco CA 94103

Moscone North and South has five of the center's six primary exhibit halls - South's Halls A, B and C can be combined to create the largest contiguous exhibit space of 260,560 square feet.

Moscone West

Moscone Convention Center West
800 Howard St
(at the corner of Fourth & Howard streets)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Moscone West features nearly 100,000 square feet of dedicated exhibit space on Level 1 and nearly 200,000 square feet of flexible space on Levels 2 and 3. Moscone West also boasts a variety of meeting rooms and a third-floor ballroom and lobby area.

The Moscone Center

Moscone Convention Center
Moscone Convention Center
Moscone Convention Center
Moscone Convention Center

Parking at The Moscone Center

The Moscone Center does not have on-site parking, however there are lots of paid-parking places to park around The Moscone Center. Within the area, you will find over 5,000 parking spaces all within walking distance of Moscone Center. Parking Near the Moscone Center

Getting to Moscone Center

The Moscone Center is accessible via subway and bus. Public transit options include BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), including a connection to San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport, and Muni Light Rail and Muni Bus.

The San Francisco International Airport is approximately a 16-minute drive to the Moscone Center. Below are some of the public transit options available:

BART To/from San Francisco International Airport to Moscone Center

Board an Antioch (Yellow line) train or Richmond (Red line) train to the Powell St Station, or Montgomery Street BART stations in downtown San Francisco. Both BART stations are located only two blocks walk to The Moscone Convention Center. From there, it’s also an easy walk or short cab ride to most San Francisco hotels. BART tickets cost $8 - $10 and the ride is approximately 28 minutes.

BART To/from Oakland International Airport to Moscone Center

Ride the BART to OAK train from Oakland International Airport to the Coliseum Station. From Coliseum Station, transfer to a Daly City (Green or Blue Line) to the Powell St Station, or Montgomery Street BART stations in downtown San Francisco. Both BART stations are located only two blocks walk to The Moscone Convention Center. BART fare from Oakland International Airport to Downtown San Francisco stations: $10.05

MUNI Metro Light Rail

MUNI Metro provides light rail service throughout the City. To reach The Moscone Center, take MUNI Metro to either Powell or Montgomery station.

Caltrain

Caltrain offers a frequent schedule into the nearby station at 4th & Townsend Streets, within a few minutes' walk of The Moscone Center.

Muni Bus

The bus system is also accessible from SFO Airport Terminal G-Lower Level to Mission St & 4th St (next to the Moscone Center) every 20 minutes. Tickets cost $1 - $5 and the ride takes about an hour.

Driving to The Moscone Center

The Moscone Center is about 12 miles away from San Francisco International Airport and is accessible by car, however, driving in San Francisco is not something you want to do, unless you really have to. Traffic in downtown San Francisco is very congested and parking can be pricey.

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