Transit Accessible Attractions

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#7: Palace of Fine Arts

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 9:20 AM

This week on Transit Accessible Attractions we will be featuring the Palace of Fine Arts.

The Palace of Fine Arts is one of the prettiest buildings in all of San Francisco, featuring sculptures, domes, lakes and magnificent Roman arches. The Palace of Fine Arts was home to the Exploratorium until 2013. Now, the Palace has become known for its wonderful concerts and movies. In addition, people can walk around the lake, enjoy a picnic, and snap pictures. The Palace of Fine Arts is located on 3301 Lyon Street. 

Even though the Palace of Fine Arts is far away from Downtown San Francisco, there are still plenty of ways to reach the Palace via transit. If you are taking BART, exit at Montgomery Station and walk half a block up Market to Third Street, and transfer to MUNI Bus Line 30 Stockton for Fisherman's Wharf, 4th and King CalTrain Station and the Palace of Fine Arts.

A number of other MUNI Bus Lines stop near the Palace of Fine Arts. They are:


  • 30
  • 43
  • 28
  • 29
  • 41
  • 22
  • 45

All these MUNI Bus Lines stop in the vicinity of the Palace of Fine Arts. For more detailed information about each line, visit the SFMTA Trip Planner

Stay tuned next week to see which attraction we'll feature next!

Categories: Theaters, San Francisco

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