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Directions to YBG


Yerba Buena gardens is conveniently located in downtown San Francisco. To get to YBG, just follow the driving directions below or take one of the many public transit options.


From the East Bay

Take Interstate 80 and exit at Fremont Street.
Take an immediate left from Fremont onto Howard Street and get into the right lane.
Go two blocks and turn right on Third Street.
YBG will be on your left immediately across Third Street from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


From the Peninsula

Take Highway 101 until it connects to Interstate 80 and exit at Fourth Street.
Fourth immediately leads onto Bryant Street.
Take a left from Bryant onto Third Street.
YBG will be on your left between Howard and Mission Streets and immediately across Third Street from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


From the North Bay

Take Highway 101 to Lombard Street.
Follow Lombard to Van Ness Avenue and turn right.
Follow Van Ness until you reach Golden Gate Avenue and turn left.
Follow Golden Gate as it crosses Market Street onto Sixth Street.
Turn left from Sixth Street onto Folsom Street and follow Folsom up to Third Street.
Turn left onto Third.
YBG will be on your left between Howard and Mission Streets and immediately across Third Street from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


Parking

Parking garages and street parking are available nearby.
Some of the garages offering the closest access to Yerba Buena Gardens include:

  • Yerba Buena Garage, Fifth and Mission, (2700 spaces)
  • Moscone Garage, Moscone Center, (710 spaces)
  • Hearst Parking Center, 45 Third St., between Market and Mission, (806 spaces)

Public Transportation

Yerba Buena Gardens is a short walk from the BART/MUNI Powell and Montgomery Street stations.

Convenient MUNI bus lines include:

  • 14 Mission
  • 15 Third
  • 30 Stockton
  • 45 Union
  • All Market Street routes

The CalTrain Station at Fourth and Townsend is served directly by MUNI’s 30 Stockton, with stops on Third Street at Howard and at Mission.

Yerba Buena Gardens is also convenient to Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans and AC Transit downtown bus routes.


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