Moscone Center in San FranciscoConstructed in 1981, Moscone Center is San Francisco's largest convention and exhibition center. Named in honor of former San Francisco mayor, George Moscone, who was assassinated in 1978, Moscone Center features two underground halls, a three-level exhibition hall, and is highlighted by the popular Yerba Buena Gardens located at street level above the center's underground halls. Moscone Center has hosted a range of high profile events, including the 1984 Democratic National Convention, MacWorld Expo, Google I/O, and Oracle OpenWorld.
Hours -Moscone Center's hours vary based on scheduled events. The business office is open Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm.
Prices -Entrance fees vary based on scheduled events.
Events -Tradeshows, conventions, banquets, lectures, exhibitions, and private events.
Upcoming events at the Moscone Center
- Cyber Café
- Yerba Buena Gardens
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
- Children's Creativity Museum
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MoMA), located across the street