June 9, 2023

Attraction passes, free Internet, and more are available at the recently renovated visitor center

At San Francisco\’s visitor center, visitors can get free Internet, print boarding passes, and buy passes for transportation and attractions.
Earlier in 2013, San Francisco Travel invested nearly $1 million to completely renovate the city’s visitor information center.

The visitor center is located on Market Street at the mouth of the Powell Street Bart Station, and offers a number of great resources for city visitors. Modeled after an Apple store, the center’s interactive space is designed to make staff is more easily accessible from counter areas in the middle of the center. Brochures on some 1,500 of the city’s tour operators, hotels, restaurants and sightseeing are available at the center.

In addition, visitors can use the center’s two computer stations to check email and print out boarding passes, or use its free WiFi. They can even shop for souvenirs and gifts from local San Francisco companies at a pop-up store from SFMade.

The center also offers visitors the chance to purchase transportation and attraction passes.

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