Can I go to top of Salesforce Tower?
You can sign up to visit the top floor of the tower for free on the “Salesforce Tower Tours” website. Tours are being offered once a month, starting in August through January.
Can you run at Salesforce Park?
This is a very popular area for birding, trail running, and walking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime.
How do I visit a park in Salesforce?
The easiest way to access it by escalator is from the Grand Hall. Those escalators touch down on the Bus Deck, and if the visitors walk forward to the next group of escalators, those will take them to the Park. Visitors can also access via the Salesforce Tower bridge.
Is the Salesforce garden open?
May 1 – October 31 | 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. November 1 – April 30 | 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. * hours subject to change. Everyone’s welcome to enjoy this public park, a living roof where a curved walking trail lined with benches surrounds grassy lawns, dancing fountains, a children’s play area, and an amphitheater.
Is the Salesforce Transit Center open?
The Transit Center was temporarily closed September 25, 2018 when a fissure was discovered on a beam at the Fremont Street location. After repairs and inspections completed, the Transit Center re-opened to the public on July 1, 2019. For details about the repairs, visit the Salesforce Transit Center website.
Is Salesforce Park gondola open?
The Gondola The 20-passenger glass cabin carries passengers from the new Mission Square to the park and operates 8 a.m.-8 p.m. (May 1-Oct. 31) and 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (Nov. 1-Apr. 30), and is free of charge.
How much did Salesforce Park cost?
$2.2 billionThe project, which stands at 425 Mission St., is four stories tall and four blocks long. Its cost is estimated at $2.2 billion, including the repairs and reinspections that followed discovery of the cracks. (Though the project is a public venture, the software company Salesforce bought naming rights for 25 years.)
Who paid for Salesforce Park?
The $2.2 billion Transit Center project was funded, in part, by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the State of California, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, the City and County of San Francisco, the San Mateo County Transportation Authority and AC …