Whenever possible, we encourage the use of public transportation. Parking on Nob Hill is fairly scarce. If you need to drive, consider parking somewhere along the #1 California MUNI bus line. It is one the city's most frequent, dependable lines and has very convenient stops near the cathedral both inbound and outbound (Our stops are not shown on the linked map but are noted below).
The California Street Cable Car stops at California and Taylor which is at the foot of the Great Stairs.
The 1 California bus stops at Sacramento and Jones (outbound) or Clay and Taylor, one block north (inbound).
The Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason Cable Cars stop at Powell and California, two blocks east.
The 27 Bryant bus stops at Leavenworth and California, one block west (northbound) or Hyde and Sacramento, two blocks west (southbound).
All of the above lines connect with Market Street buses, streetcars, subways, and BART. The two closest BART stations are Embarcadero and Powell. If you wish to walk from BART to the cathedral, Powell is closer but please note that the Powell Street hill is quite steep. If you wish to take public transportation to the cathedral, Embarcadero is a better choice since both the California Street Cable Car and the 1 California bus have stops nearby.
Daytime street parking near the Cathedral is limited to two hours, except on Sundays. There is no parking on the right (north) side of Sacramento Street on weekdays from 4 - 6 p.m. Please note that the tow away zone is strictly enforced.
The garage entrance is on Taylor Street midway between Calfornia and Scaramento Streets. It is operated by Ampco System Parking and the rates are as follows:
Ampco's phone number is 415-346-9156. The garage is open:
There is a bike rack for six bicycles in the garage. They are located to the right just inside the garage entrance.
For a map with many parking options, click here.
Use your favorite online mapping site or enter our address into your GPS: 1100 California St, San Francisco, CA 94108.
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