Everyone’s welcome to enjoy this 5.4 acre 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.

While we love our four-legged friends, dogs are not allowed at Salesforce Park, which is home to delicate plants and habitat and 13 unique ecosystems. Service Dogs allowed.

Seventy feet above the Grand Hall, the Park runs the entire length of the Transit Center’s nearly four-block stretch. Home to 600 trees and 16,000 plants arranged in 13 different botanical feature areas, this iconic public park destination in the San Francisco Bay Area is open and enjoyment of all...and there’s nothing else like it anywhere.

Rooftop Park
Living Roof
4 Block Stretch
.5 Mile Loop Path
600 Trees
16,000 Plants
13 different botanical feature areas


Discover what’s at Salesforce Park

Get to know what makes Salesforce Park a fun-filled destination. 

Garden Guide

Learn more about the flora and fauna making up the 13 unique ecosystems of the Park

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Public Art

The TJPA voluntarily committed $4.75 million to fund the acquisition of artwork for the Program.

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Fun Facts

Get the behind-scenes story on what makes the Transit Center and Rooftop park a world-class transportation hub, neighborhood hotspot, and San Francisco landmark.

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Park Activities and Events

Check out what’s coming up at the Transit Center, from special events to regularly scheduled fitness and wellness, family friendly, and performance activities.

For non-public events rental Information Click Here!


The Center

Rooftop Park Hours

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

Grand Hall Hours

Open daily 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
For after hours access to buses, please use elevators at First Street or Shaw Alley to access 3rd floor.


Find out more about visiting the Center, transit operations, events, leasing and advertising, and more! 

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The East Cut

Supported by The East Cut Community Benefit District