United Nations Plaza

San Francisco's United Nations Plaza, located adjacent to Market Street, is the gateway to City Hall, and at night offers one of the best views of the Civic Center Plaza. Named after the United Nations (UN), whose charter was created in San Francisco, UN Plaza is another city park which displays San Francisco history and culture. The plaza is surrounded by both the Asian Art Museum and the San Francisco Main Public Library, and contains several historic statues and a fountain. A weekly farmers market, called the "Heart of the City Farmers Market", is a diverse and popular attraction for locals. Both BART and MUNI underground have a station located within the plaza, allowing easy transportation to the site.

Address

Market Street and Hyde Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Fees

The following fees apply to daily rates for commercial or non-profit 501 (c)3 entities. This does not include additional fees that may be required for your event, such as amplified sound, application fee, or permits required from other agencies.

AreaCommercialNon-Profit
UN Plaza$2,149$1,075


Capacity

2,600

Restrooms

Decoux - one stall bathroom

Parking

Street

Hours

  • Amplified Sound-Weekdays: Varies Depending on Your Event
  • Amplified Sound-Weekends: Varies Depending on Your Event

Acreage

1.66

Power

Not Available

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