It’s open spaces like the Yerba Buena Gardens that make San Francisco the loved city that it is. Only a block away from the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the Museum of the African Diaspora, the Yerba Buena Gardens offers visitors a bit of a rest in the middle of the bustling city center. A public place with rolling gardens , public art, cutting edge theater, dance, contemporary arts, a bowling alley, ice-skating rink, food court and movie theater, the Yerba Buena Garden truly has something for everybody – even if that somebody just wants a place to sit down and be at peace.
This saved us a lot of time and hassle in San Francisco. Cable car fares are $6.00 per ride and this pass meant we could ride as often as we wanted, and also got around SFO on the metro buses as well. Pity it didn't include BART too.
Great value, unlimited muni rides, visited California Science Academy, de Young Museum, SF Modern Art Museum, and the Aquarium at the Bay.
Excellent way to get around the city.
The Yerba Buena Gardens are located at 745 Mission St., where Fourth and Mission Street meet. It is open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and admission is free.