Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, California, United States of America
Moscone Convention Center or also known as George R Moscone Convention Center is the largest convention and exhibition area located in San Francisco, California. It covers around the 11-acre block that is bounded by the towns of Mission, Folsom, and Fourth Street. There are over 20,000 hotel rooms in the convention center. The local government owns the Moscone Convention Center. Three main halls are spread across three blocks in the neighborhood of South Market. The name Moscone Convention Center is after George Moscone. He was the former mayor of San Francisco and was assassinated in 1978. In the south part is where Keith Haring Sculpture stands. In the west of the convention center is where the three-level exhibit hall can be found.
There are ferries from nearby cities of Cole Valley and Oakland, making it easily accessible. Cable Car Museum is a museum in the Noob Hill. It contains both historical and hands-on exhibits about the cable car system. Twin Peaks is a pair of high summits that offer a panoramic view of the city. Exploratorium is a museum about science, technology, and the arts. It is one of the best museums near the downtown area. Four Seasons Hotel is a 5-star accommodation and about 6 minutes from the convention center. The hotel features sauna rooms, steam rooms, spa services, a gift shop, bar/lounge, swimming pool, and restaurants. Palace Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco is a 4-star accommodation, that is a few minutes away from the convention center. It is known for its high-end restaurant.