There are plenty of ways to make your way to this year's Crafts Fair. As always, we encourage you to avoid the traffic and parking hassles and take public transportation, carpool, or ride your bike. See below for details on how to make your trip to the fair smoother than ever.


Free Shuttles will pick up passengers from the Civic Center BART Station at the 8th & Market MUNI bus stop every 20 minutes all day.

Shuttles will be at the SF CalTrain station (4th & King) to meet Northbound trains every hour at 36 mins after the hour, from 9:36 am to 3:36 pm, and to meet Southbound trains every hour on the hour, from 1 pm through 7 pm.

The schedule is online at Information is available from 8 am to 8 pm Saturday & Sunday at (800) 660-4287.


From locations in San Francisco, please check the MUNI schedule

BART is a Crafts Fair sponsor once again this year! For BART schedules and fares, please go to


Whether you are coming to the Fair from many miles off or just a few miles away, it's easy to meet your neighbors and fill every seat: CARPOOL! We especially encourage those of you who are planning to drive to be proactive in sharing your car. Check out SpaceShare's carpool page:


The four streets framing the Concourse are Brannan, Townsend, Seventh and Eighth. The entrance to the building is on Eighth at Brannan.

From the Bay Bridge and Interstate 80
Take the Ninth St/Civic Center Exit. Turn left onto Eighth St. and continue two blocks, bearing right around the island. Proceed through the intersection and take the first left into the parking lot.

From the Peninsula and Highway 101
Take the Vermont Street Exit, turning left on Vermont. Continue to Division, turn right. Go around the traffic circle and up Eighth St. Turn right into the parking lot just before the Concourse.

From Downtown
Take Hyde Street across Market, where Eighth Street begins. Continue down Eight, bear right around the island. Proceed through the intersection and make your first left into the parking lot just past the Concourse.


Valet bicycle parking provided by the SF Bicycle Coalition: