Parking & Transportation
Parking at The Parsonage
TThe Parsonage is located in a residential neighborhood tucked into the center of San Francisco. Parking is limited. If you can visit without a car your visit will be simplified. However, if you must have a car, the following is meant to assist you in understanding local parking conditions.
Parking on the street
Residents of the area have special identification on their cars so that they can park all day on the street without getting a parking ticket. During the day, visitors can park for a limited time on the street – depending on the signs – for 2-3 hours. The signs will guide you. Parking limitations begin at 8am. That means that you have two or three hours after 8am before you should move your car.
Parking at night is not limited, and generally even though the street signs say that parking restrictions are in place until 8 or 9 PM, the traffic enforcement personnel tend not to be in this neighborhood at night to check on you after 6pm.
Parking in a garage:
There are two large covered parking garages in the neighborhood. They are about a 15 minute walk away. Visit the sites for the Performing Arts Garage and The Civic Center Garage.
Public transportation is excellent and a colorful part of the San Francisco experience. While staying at The Parsonage you can access many types of public transportation, allowing you easy access to your San Francisco Destinations. The MUNI website offers you trip planning and ticket information:
Destination, Bus Trip Time
Union Square ,15 minutes
Moscone Convention Center ,20 minutes
Ferry Building, 25 minutes
Golden Gate Park, 25 minutes
Fisherman’s Wharf, 40 minutes
The F- market is an easy 2 block walk from The Parsonage. It is the best route to take you to Union Square, Moscone Center, The Ferry Building and Fisherman’s Wharf.
UBER AND LYFT
Offer convenient and quick rides through out the city.
Car rental agencies are conveniently located and some (National, Alamo, and Enterprise) are within walking distance of The Parsonage so we suggest renting by the day for your exploration of the Napa Valley wine country, Muir Woods, Point Reyes, Monterey, etc.
For those driving to San Francisco, there is limited street parking. For peace of mind and convenience we recommend that you park at the Performing Arts Parking Garage.