There is so much to see and do here at Grace Cathedral, whether you have an afternoon or just an hour. Walk the labyrinth, behold the Keith Haring altarpiece in the AIDS Interfaith Memorial Chapel or gaze at the beautiful Ghiberti Doors. There are spiritual and historical treasures throughout the cathedral.
We are located at 1100 California St. San Francisco, CA 94108, at the corner of California and Taylor Streets on Nob Hill in San Francisco. Learn more about how to get here.
The cathedral is accessible for people with disabilities and those in a wheelchair. Learn more.
The cathedral is open 8 am – 6 pm most days.
See a list of our typical service times.
Download our visitor guide in English.
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional)
Exploring the Cathedral
When it comes to touring Grace Cathedral, you have options.
You can take the Grace Cathedral Grand Tour, which includes many areas not typically seen by visitors such as the interior of the Chapel of Grace, the Vestry where we keep our collection of vestments, the Gallery with sweeping views of the nave, and a walk up the 94 stairs to the top of the South Tower for a stunning view of the San Francisco skyline. The tour lasts 90 minutes and is intended for ages 10 & up. Tours are offered select days at 10:00 am and can be booked by emailing Head Verger Charles Shipley or calling 415-749-6316. Tickets are $25 per person.
Our dedicated docents are also available to lead guided walks around the Cathedral, pointing out features, giving information and answering questions.
Docents are usually available Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1-3 pm, Saturdays from 11:30-1:30 pm and Sundays after the 11 am service.
To check a specific date, view the docent calendar.
Contact our docents with tour requests.
Explore Grace Cathedral With Your Smart Phone!
Download our app, GraceGuide. These tours are free, fun and full of fascinating stories. If you downloaded the app prior to December 2017, please delete the old app and download our refreshed from the App Store to use it.
You can choose from:
- Bishop’s Welcome: A greeting from the Bishop of California
- Explore Grace: Cathedral highlights: art, architecture and history, narrated by Anna Deavere Smith
- Cathedral Quest: A treasure hunt for families, narrated by Anna Deavere Smith
- Music for Reflection: Meditative music to enhance your visit, with an introduction by the dean of Grace Cathedral.
Download the app by searching for GraceGuide on the App Store or Google Play.