Public Transportation, comprised of three systems, makes getting around San Francisco incredibly easy. For a complete rundown of MUNI, BART, Caltrain and our historic Cable Cars, visit our getting around itinerary.
- BART to Civic Center Station
- Muni K, L, M, N, T, J light rail lines to Civic Center Station
- Muni 47 bus
Non-Mass Transit Options
- Bike Lane 25 (runs along Polk; a lengthy lane/route running north/south between Russian Hill and Sunnydale)
- Bike Route 20 (runs east/west and circles around City Hall and UN Plaza)
- Bike Lane 50 (runs along Market St)
Best Transportation Lines and Stops Per Attraction
- Civic Center: BART or Muni K, L, M, N, T, J light rail to Civic Center Station
- Bill Graham Auditorium: BART or Muni K, L, M, N, T, J light rail to Civic Center Station
- Asian Museum: BART or Muni K, L, M, N, T, J light rail to Civic Center Station
- War Memorial Veterans Building: BART or Muni K, L, M, N, T, J light rail to Civic Center Station
- Step inside San Francisco’s majestic City Hall
- Davies Symphony Hall is home to the San Francisco Symphony
- War Memorial Opera House looks almost identical to the War Memorial Veterans building—make sure you are going to the right one!
- Walk on Hayes Street through Hayes Valley to Alamo Square
- Don’t miss Little Saigon—walk from Civic Center Plaza via Larkin to Eddy St. Little Saigon is home to the annual Tet Vietnamese Lunar New Year’s festival as well as a variety of Vietnamese-owned businesses and restaurants.
San Francisco Icons
|Alcatraz||Bay Bridge||Cable Cars|
|Coit Tower||Ferry Building||Golden Gate Bridge|
|Haight-Ashbury||The Painted Ladies||Palace of Fine Arts|