While we are not open yet, for everyone else...The wait is finally over! San Francisco is ready to welcome you back to our 49 square miles of breathtaking views, mouthwatering cuisine and anything-goes, creative welcoming spirit. While things might look a little bit different, our hotels, restaurants, attractions and small businesses have made health and safety their top priority to make you feel right at home so you can enjoy the San Francisco you've dreamed about, or the San Francisco you remember.
With San Francisco moving into the red tier, many major San Francisco attractions are allowed to open under reduced capacity. The following attractions have announced their opening dates:
Alcatraz - Tours are available starting March 12
Asian Art Museum - The museum is open as of March 4
Conservatory of Flowers - The conservatory is set to reopen March 5.
Contemporary Jewish Museum - The museum is scheduled to welcome back visitors beginning April 17.
de Young Museum - The museum is expected to open March 6.
SkyStar Wheel - The Ferris wheel is open as of March 4.
SFMOMA - The museum is opening its doors to visitors starting March 7.
Now's the time to enjoy the gorgeous outdoors. There's plenty of space for you to roam and plenty of places for you to leave your heart because...
We are ready for you to visit the most beautiful place in the world...
As we prepare to welcome visitors back to San Francisco, we're doing our part to keep the city safe and healthy. We are asking our visitors to do their part to keep themselves and our residents safe, too.
Visitors signing the San Francisco Travel pledge promise to:
Click here to take the Pledge
- Wear a mask or other face-covering when in public spaces.
- Maintain physical distance from others while exploring the city.
- Practice good hygiene to lower the risk of spreading or contracting disease.
- Follow all local public health orders, even if they are different from the ones where they live.
- Research the changes that local hotels, attractions, and businesses have made before they travel so that they can be a responsible visitor.
- Support local businesses that form the character and culture of San Francisco's many different neighborhoods.
- Use contactless payment methods wherever possible.
- Be patient with and respectful to the workers in San Francisco's hotels, restaurants, and stores, who are all adjusting to new protocols and procedures.
- Preserve and protect the places they visit by not littering or leaving things behind.
- Lead by example and share these practices with other travelers.