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Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
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The Moscone Center is located across three blocks in the SoMa (South of Market) neighborhood in San Francisco. It’s comprised of three main halls: Moscone South, Moscone North, and Moscone West. Untitled (Three Dancing Figures), a sculpture by Keith Haring, is located outside of Moscone South, and other works of art can be found throughout the rest of the complex. The Center opened in 1981 and was named after former San Francisco mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated by former City Supervisor Dan White in November 1978. Fun fact: George Moscone—after whom the complex is named—was known as the “people’s mayor,” whose legacy included reflecting the diversity of San Francisco in his appointments at City Hall.
Things to Do at and near Moscone Center
The Moscone Center accommodates upwards of 1 million visitors per year, both for professional functions and personal interests. Here are a few things that might bring you to the Moscone Center, plus some nearby attractions in SoMa that can keep you busy when you’re not exploring the complex:
Network with fellow attorneys at the American Bar Association annual meeting
Share insights on the latest gaming trends at the Game Developers Conference
Catch a San Francisco Giants game or take a tour of Oracle Park (formerly AT&T Park)
Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach: transfer to the Emeryville Amtrak station (Capitol Corridor line)
Caltrain at San Francisco (Fourth and King Street): transfer to SFMTA bus 30 or 45 across Fourth Street, get off at Third and Folsom
Luggage Storage near Moscone Center
Perhaps you’re running from the airport straight to hotels near the Moscone Center (or vice versa), or maybe you’re attending a conference with bags and supplies in tow that will be too cumbersome to carry around with you for post-convention gatherings. Whatever the case may be, you can rely on Bounce to temporarily store your things nearby.