The Moscone Center & San Francisco
The Moscone Center
The Moscone Center (Moscone North, South and West) consists of more than two million square feet of building area, including over 700,000 square of exhibit space, up to 106 meeting rooms, and nearly 123,000 square feet of prefunction lobbies.
Sitting squarely in the heart of a great city, the Moscone Center anchors an exceptional neighborhood. Known for its museums and galleries, its restaurants and theaters, its hotels, shops, and expansive urban gardens, our Yerba Buena neighborhood is also home to thousands of San Franciscans. The complexity of this urban fabric provides the energy and excitement that distinguishes its setting from those of other convention centers the world over.
Visit www.moscone.com for more information about the facility, and visit www.sanfrancisco.travel for a virtual tour.
San Francisco is thrilled to welcome ACC.13!
San Francisco is often called "Everybody’s Favorite City," a title earned by its scenic beauty, cultural attractions, diverse communities and world-class cuisine. Measuring 49 square miles, this very walkable city is dotted with landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz and the largest Chinatown in the United States. A stroll of the city’s streets can lead to Union Square, the Italian-flavored North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, the Castro, Japantown and the Mission District, with intriguing neighborhoods to explore at every turn.
Views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay are often laced with fog, creating a romantic mood in this most European of American cities. The city has a colorful past, growing from a small village to a major city nearly overnight as a result of the 1849 Gold Rush. The writers of the “beat” generation, the hippies of the Summer of Love in the late 1960’s and the large gay/lesbian population have all contributed to making San Francisco the fascinating place it is today.
The city is home to world-class theatre, opera, symphony and ballet companies and often boasts premieres of Broadway-bound plays and culture-changing performing arts. San Francisco is one of America’s greatest dining cities. The diverse cultural influences, proximity of the freshest ingredients and competitive creativity of the chefs result in unforgettable dining experiences throughout the city.
Visit www.sanfrancisco.travel to learn more about this beautiful city, including these must-see icons and landmarks:
For the latest information, follow the San Francisco Travel Association on Twitter at @OnlyinSF and "like" them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OnlyinSF. Catch a glimpse of what's in store for you by watching "A Day in the Life: San Francisco" on YouTube.