Downtown San Francisco-Civic Center is a neighborhood in the heart of San Francisco. Major roads in the area include Van Ness Avenue, Central Freeway and Market Street. Residents can travel around the city via car, bus or train.

Civic Center Plaza is a park area in the south section of the neighborhood. It has benches, green space and sculptures and is surrounded by landmarks. San Francisco City Hall is west of the plaza, San Francisco Public Library is southeast, the Asian Art Museum is northeast, the Supreme Court of California is north and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is south. Spending a day in Civic Center Plaza will give you plenty to do and see. 

See the unique architecture of San Francisco's Queen Ann Victorian row homes by taking the Victorian Home Tour. It meets in Union Square and participants are escorted throughout the city on a bus. The tour is a perfect way to get to know your new neighborhood.

Downtown San Francisco-Civic Center is full of entertainment, shopping and dining opportunities. See a play at one of several local theaters or have a meal at one of the many unique restaurants in the area. You can spend the day walking around Downtown San Francisco-Civic Center, going shopping, or enjoy your nights by visiting a bar.