Civic Center

San Francisco is the only city outside of New York to have its own professional opera, symphony and ballet, and all are located in the historic venues across from City Hall. The Civic Center is easily accessible from the Civic Center Muni and BART station.

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A

City Hall Tours
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
10, noon & 2 (Mon–Fri)
415-554-6139

B

San Francisco Symphony
201 Van Ness, between Hayes & Grove
415-864-6000
sfsymphony.org

C

San Francisco Ballet
301 Van Ness, between
McAllister & Grove,
415-861-5600
sfballet.org

D

San Francisco Opera
301 Van Ness, between
McAllister & Grove
415-864-3330
sfopera.com

E

SF Arts Commission Gallery
Main Gallery: Veterans Building
12–5 (Wed–Sat)
Window Installation Site:
155 Grove Street, anytime
City Hall: 8–8 (Mon–Fri)
415-554-6080,
sfartscommission.org

F

Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin Street, between McAllister & Fulton
10–5 (Tue-Sun, Jan–Oct)
10–9 (Thurs), 415-581-3500
asianart.org

G

Future Home of SF Jazz Center
Opening January 2013
866-920-5299
sfjazz.org

H

SHN The Orpheum
1192 Market Street between Hyde & Leavenworth
888-746-1799
shnsf.com

I

CounterPULSE
1310 Mission Street, between Ninth & Tenth
415-626-2060
counterpulse.org

This map contains abbreviated information. For complete details about holiday closures, entry rates, parking and directions please call or visit individual websites. 12/11