Moscone Center

747 Howard Street, 5th Flr.
San Francisco, CA 94103
USA
Tel: +1 415.974.4000 | Email: events@moscone.com | Website: www.moscone.com

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As the city’s premier meeting and exhibition facility, Moscone Center echoes San Francisco’s inimitable sense of style in the drama of its design and its undeniable sense of place. Moscone South offers 260,560 square feet of primary exhibit area in a column-free space, divisible into three halls. Forty-one flexible meeting rooms offer 60,580 square feet of meeting space. Moscone North offers 181,440 square feet of exhibit space in two halls and up to 53,410 square feet of flexible meeting space in 17 rooms. Moscone West is a free-standing facility next to the existing Moscone Center and provides an additional 300,000 square feet of flexible exhibit hall and meeting space. Explore more than 992,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, including 107 meeting rooms, three ballrooms and over 151,000 square feet of pre-function lobbies.

TRANSPORTATION

Located in the urban heart of San Francisco’s downtown district, The Moscone Center is easily accessible by transit.

CAR

From San Francisco International Airport

  • Exit airport „North on Interstate 101“ then follow directions below.

North on Interstate 101

  • Take 80 East. Then take the 4th Street Exit. Take a left on Bryant, a left on Third and a left on Howard. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You’ll find Moscone South on your left and Moscone North on your right. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

Via the Bay Bridge

  • Take the Fremont Street Exit to Howard Street and turn left on Howard. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You’ll find Moscone South on your left and Moscone North on your right. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

Via the Golden Gate Bridge

  • Take the Lombard Street exit to Van Ness Avenue. Turn right on Van Ness. Travel south to Grove. This will be approximately two miles. Turn left on Grove Street. Continue to Market Street. Cross Market Street and travel south on 8th Street to Folsom. Turn left on Folsom, left on Third and left on Howard. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You’ll find Moscone South on your left and Moscone North on your right. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

VIA BART, MUNI METRO

Disembark at the Powell Street Station. Exit to 4th and Market Streets. Turn right on 4th. Walk two blocks south to Howard and turn left. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You’ll find Moscone South on your right and Moscone North on your left. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

VIA CALTRAIN

From the Caltrain Station (Fourth & Townsend). Across Fourth street from the train station, catch either the #30 or #45 lines. Get off at Third and Folsom. Walk one block North up towards Howard St. Turn left on Howard. The Moscone Center is located on the 700 block of Howard Street. You’ll find Moscone South on your left and Moscone North on your right. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.

FERRIES

From the North Bay Via ferryboat to San Francisco:

  • Ferries arrive in San Francisco at the Ferry Building. Walk through the Ferry Building and exit onto Embarcadero Boulevard. Cross the street to a streetcar platform. (You should now be facing the Ferry Building.) Catch the F-line streetcar and take it down Market Street to Third Street. Disembark. From Market Street, take Third Street and walk down two blocks. The facility is on your right, on either side of Howard Street. Moscone West is located at Fourth and Howard streets with a second entrance on Fourth Street between Howard and Mission Street.