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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater

1383852134-ybca-110713

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater

700 Howard St. San Francisco CA 94103
Phone:
415-978-2787
Website:
http://www.ybca.org
Capacity:
757

Events at this venue were rated 4.3 by 3712 members.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) is a nonprofit multidisciplinary arts organization that creates, presents and explores today’s multidisciplinary art with diverse artists, institutions and communities. YBCA also offers its state-of-the-art facilities to corporations, associations and nonprofit arts organizations for a variety of events. All venues are wheelchair accessible.

YBCA consists of two landmark buildings: the Galleries and Forum Building designed by Japanese architect, Fumihiko Maki and The Lam Research (formerly the Novellus) Theater by American architect James Stewart Polshek. The Galleries and Forum Building houses three event spaces: the Forum, Screening Room and Grand Lobby. Lam Research Theater contains a 757-seat theater and the Theater Terrace Lobby. Both stylish contemporary buildings are located along the west side of Third Street between Mission and Howard in downtown San Francisco and are adjacent to the Moscone Convention Center and the beautiful urban oasis of Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco’s South of Market District.

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Map and Directions

Just four blocks from Union Square, the Center is a short walk from the Powell and Montgomery Street BART/Muni stations and is accessible from many major bus lines.

Situated on the eastern edge of Yerba Buena Gardens, the Center spans the block between Mission and Howard on Third Street. Next door to the Moscone Convention Center, across the street from SFMOMA and across the Gardens from Metreon, the Center is located in a vibrant new urban neighborhood that boasts world class hotels and restaurants, great shopping and funky galleries and bars as well as abundant and affordable parking.

The Theater Building entrance is at 700 Howard Street at Third.

There is some street parking and a number of garages and parking lots near the Center.

Handicap Information

Handicap seating is regularly available.

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