Golden Gate Ferry
Spend the day the other side of the Golden Gate and explore Marin County! From sunny waterfront restaurants to world-class shopping and hiking trails under the redwoods, Marin is the perfect place for a day trip outside of the city. From the Ferry Building, the Golden Gate Ferry can take you north to Larkspur, Sausalito, and Tiburon. You can catch the ferry at Gates B and C. Each of these ferries runs every day of the week and frequently throughout the day. Make sure to show up 20-30 minutes in advance. Once you are on the ferry, the ride lasts around 30 minutes. Bikes are welcome!
San Francisco Bay Ferry
Skip the Bay Bridge traffic and take the ferry to the East Bay! Whether you want to check out the amazing arts and culture of Oakland, or take a ride down one of Alameda’s amazing bike paths, the route is an easy one. Catch the San Francisco Bay Ferry from Gate 1 to Vallejo, Richmond, Alameda SeaPlane, Harbor Bay, or Oakland and Alameda. The Alameda Seaplane ferries and the Harbor Bay ferries only operate on weekdays, but the rest operate seven days a week. Transit time is around 25 minutes for Oakland and 45 minutes for Main St. Alameda.
Ballpark Short Hop
From the Ferry Building, the Ballpark Short Hop takes you directly to Oracle Park. This service operates during weekend day games for the San Francisco Giants. After the game, the Short Hop leaves the park 20 minutes and 60 minutes after the last out, and will pick up and drop off at Gate 2. Reservations are required, so make sure to check the website for timing. All rides are free!
Clipper cards work for all of these rides, and can be downloaded and re-loaded via the mobile app.
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