AT&T Park
24 Willie Mays Plaza
(415) 972-2000

AT&T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants. The ballpark was completed in 2000 and seats 45,000, and there’s not a bad seat in the house. The ballpark is located at 3rd and King Streets, approximately 1.5 miles from 425 Market. Parking is available in lots A, B and C. Alternatively, the San Francisco municipal railway operates a light rail from the Embarcadero Station to the Ballpark. For more information, visit the Giant’s Web site for game schedule, seating charts, ticket information, and transportation directions.

101 Fourth Street
(415) 369-6000

Metreon is a 350,000 square foot Sony entertainment center at Yerba Buena Gardens offering innovative and interactive games and activities for adults and kids, 15 state-of-the-art movie theatres, a SONY IMAX theatre, ten restaurants and world-class shopping.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street
(415) 357-4000

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened in 1935 and was the first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to twentieth-century art. The Third Street location opened in 1995 and was designed by renowned Swiss architect Mario Botta. It houses an impressive permanent collection of painting & sculpture; architecture & design; photography; and media arts. SFMOMA has undertaken an extremely active special exhibitions program, both organizing and hosting traveling exhibitions.

The Museum also has an education and public programs division that offers special exhibition-related events such as artists' talks and lectures; talks and classes about art history; tours for schools, adult groups, and walk-in visitors; family days; monthly hands-on family studios; and creative projects for youth with all levels of familiarity with modern and contemporary art. For more information, visit the SF MOMA's web site at

The Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is a public learning laboratory in San Francisco exploring the world through science, art, and human perception. Its mission is to create inquiry-based experiences that transform learning worldwide. The Exploratorium is located at Pier 15, The Embarcadero & Green St., San Francisco, CA 94111, a short half-mile walk from 425 Market Street. For tickets and more information please visit

Theatre District

American Conservatory Theatre
415 Geary Boulevard
(415) 749-2228

The American Conservatory Theatre is an acclaimed training institution and regional theater. Its premier performance was in 1967 and in 1979 won a Tony Award for outstanding theater performance and training. The theatre is located just one block from Union Square between Mason and Taylor Streets.

Curran Theatre
445 Geary Street
(415) 551-2000

The Curran's premiere performance was September 1922 and was called the "handsomest theatre on the coast." After extensive renovations in 1993 - made to accommodate the five year engagement of Andrew Lloyd Webber's mega hit musical, The Phantom of the Opera - the Curran Theatre continues to thrive under the direction of Carole Shorenstein Hays and Scott E. Nederlander. The theatre is located just one block from Union Square between Mason and Taylor Streets.

Golden Gate Theatre
1 Taylor Street
(415) 551-2000

The Golden Gate Theatre opened in 1922 with much fanfare, including lines that wrapped around the block. Protocol necessitated that gentlemen wear top hats and that ladies be dressed in formal gowns when attending the Golden Gate. The grand opening was a highlight on the social calendar in San Francisco. As a key player in the Best of Broadway seasons since 1979, the Golden Gate Theatre has hosted show-stopping musicals. The theatre is located just off Market Street between Taylor and Jones Streets.

Orpheum Theatre
1192 Market Street
(415) 551-2000

This theatre originally opened as a vaudeville theatre in 1926. Through the years, the theatre evolved from vaudeville performances to a movie house and then in 1970, an American Conservatory Theatre production of the breakthrough musical, Hair, was presented and the appearance of the irreverent "tribe" on-stage signaled the reawakening of the Market Street building as a home of legitimate theatre in San Francisco. Today, As the Best of Broadway series continues to play under the direction of Carole Shorenstein Hays and Scott E. Nederlander, the Orpheum Theatre light continues to shine bright. The theatre is located just off Market Street between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets.

Theatre on the Square
450 Post Street
(415) 433-9500

Theatre on the Square was originally a stately meeting hall on the second floor of this uniquely styled, Mediterranean-Gothic building. The Theatre's premier performance was June 1982 with the Tony nominated and Pulitzer Prize winning Talley's Folly by Landford Wilson. Theatre on the Square has presented over 60 productions including some of Broadway's finest Tony award winners. The Theatre and box office is located on the 2nd floor of The Kensington Park Hotel just a half block from Union Square between Mason and Powell Streets.

Area Shopping

Crocker Galleria
50 Post Street
(415) 393-1505

Designed after Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, this two-level galleria is a beautifully designed shopping center with glass ceilings offering a spacious yet intimate setting. The Galleria offers high-end shopping from internationally renowned designers including Polo Ralph Lauren, Gianni Versace and Nicole Miller.

Embarcadero Center
Sacramento and Clay, Battery and Justin Herman Plaza
(415) 772-0500

The shopping center consists of four multi-level buildings spanning six blocks along the edge of the San Francisco historic waterfront district. The shopping center features more than 125 nationally and locally renowned retailers, indoor and outdoor dining venues, and a five-screen cinema.

Union Square
50 Post Street
(415) 393-1505

Union Square is bounded by Stockton, Powell, Post and Geary streets, and features a manicured park with the naval monument topped with a bronze Goddess of Victory, erected in 1903. The city’s first American mayor, John Geary, named Union Square on the eve of the Civil War because demonstrations were held here in support of Union’s troops. Today, Union Square is the heart of The City’s shopping district offering major department stores, jewelry stores, haute couture, galleries, restaurants and theatres. Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman-Marcus, Tiffany, Chanel, Burberry are just a sample from this shoppers’ paradise.

Westfield Shopping Centre
865 Market Street

Find your favorite store and the newest shops for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and fresh food at Westfield San Francisco Centre. This 9-story mall features over 170 shops & restaurants, a multiplex & a dome-covered atrium. Their hours are Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Area Restaurants

28 Fremont Street
(415) 957-5463
Roy's Restaurant
575 Mission Street
(415) 777-0277
Town Hall
345 Howard Street
(415) 908-3900
Boulevard Restaurant
1 Mission Street
(415) 543-6084
Henry's Hunan
110 Natoma Street
(415) 546-4999
Tadich Grill
240 California Street
(415) 391-1849
Pabu Izakaya
101 California Street
(415) 668-7228
161 Steuart Street
(415) 882-1333
301 Mission Street
(415) 543-7474

Fast Passes & BART Tickets

Public Transportation

  • MUNI: 673-6864
  • BART: 989-2278
  • AC Transit: (510) 839 2882
  • Golden Gate Transit: 457-3110
  • Samtrans: (800) 660-4287
  • CalTrain: (800) 660-4287
  • Alameda-Oakland Ferry: (510) 522-3300


  • City Wide: 920-0700
  • Luxor Cab: 282-4141
  • Yellow Cab: 626-2345

Airport Shuttle

  • Super Shuttle: 558-8500
  • Bay Shuttle: 564-3400

Travel Agency

  • Plaza Travel
  • 525 Market Street: 543-8144

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