SAN FRANCISCO CALENDAR OF EVENTS
What’s going on in the City
A San Francisco hotel located on beautiful Nob Hill, the Executive Hotel Vintage Court offers the ideal location for all travelers – two blocks from Union Square and the theater district, two blocks from Chinatown’s dragon gates and the famous Powell Street cable car line, and within easy walking distance of the Financial District and Moscone Convention Center. Our boutique hotel is readily accessible from all sides of San Francisco.
Looking to see what’s happening in the city for your stay? Check out this Events list:
On the Waterfront
San Francisco’s waterfront is a playground of attractions, including Alcatraz Cruises, Aquarium of the Bay, Madame Tussauds San Francisco and San Francisco Dungeon.
No trip to San Francisco is complete without at least paying a visit to the famous piers and waterfront attractions, so let us help you out! We’ve put together a great package to make a day of it: Whether you want to hop on a trolley, take a tour bus, or find your own way to the water!
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
One of the most iconic cultural celebrations is taking place on March 14th this year, starting at 11:30 am. It will begin at 2nd and Market streets and heads straight down Market Street all the way to Civic Center Plaza near San Francisco City Hall. With festivities and celebrations all weekend, this is an exciting weekend to visit the city!
March 16th – 20th
The world’s biggest video game developer conference and exhibition is taking place from March 16th to March 20th! Developers from around the world will descend on San Francisco’s Moscone Center to show off new technologies, give talks on design philosophies , show off upcoming tech and games, as well as host the hotly-awaited Independent Game Festival and Game Developers Choice Awards!
San Francisco Museum Exhibitions You Can’t Miss
San Francisco has a prized collection of must-see museums. Each is worth a visit (and sometimes, it’s free); but to make planning your cultural experience a little easier, we’ve singled out the five can’t-miss exhibitions that will be on display in San Francisco in 2019.
Museum of the African Diaspora
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art