San Francisco Financial District
City: San Francisco
San Francisco Financial District is the central business district in San Francisco. It attracts commuters from all over the Bay Area. It is well served by trains, buses, and ferries, especially during the weekday commute hours.
Points of interest
- Belden Place
- California Historical Society
- Cartoon Art Museum
- City College of San Francisco Chinatown/North Beach Center
- Contemporary Jewish Museum
- Crocker Galleria
- Embarcadero Center
- Ferry Building
- Golden Gate University
- Jackson Square Historic District
- Justin Herman Plaza
- Museum of the African Diaspora
- SF Camerawork
- San Francisco Railway Museum
BART, Muni Metro
Historic Streetcar, Cable car
F-Market & Wharves streetcar stops along on Market Street.
California Cable Car line have stops along California Street and ends at Market Street above Embarcadero Station.
The nearest Caltrain (Peninsula/San Jose) stop is the 4th & King Station. A number of bus routes provide connection from Caltrain to the Financial District:
Ferries from the North and the East Bay provide direct service to the Ferry Building in the Financial District:
Muni F-Market & Wharves historic streetcars stop in front of the Ferry Building and continue south on Market St.
Bus - Muni
Downtown is served by various bus systems from the East Bay, North Bay, and the Peninsula. Buses from the East Bay stop at the Salesforce Transit Center.
Ford GoBike operates self-service bike share stations in the Downtown area.