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San Francisco, California Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information


Duke Ellington said, "San Francisco is one of the great cultural plateaus of the world – one of the really urbane communities in the United States – one of the truly cosmopolitan places and for many, many years, it always has had a warm welcome for human beings from all over the world. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf to the top of Nob Hill that gives you breathtaking panoramic views, the City by the Bay is a must visit and is a great draw for hosting trade shows and events. With the near perfect city as your destination you need the expertise of Exhibit Deal supply your trade show and event needs. Just a call away at 866-577-DEAL Exhibit Deal is the perfect trade show and exhibit resource for meeting in San Francisco. The information about San Francisco and the related convention space on this page was provided by Exhibit Deal.

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Trade Show Rentals

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Convention Centers

The Moscone Center

The largest convention and exhibit facility in San Francisco, the Moscone Center was named for former mayor George Moscone. Moscone, who actually opposed the development of the center, was assassinated in 1978. The center is located in the South of Market Area and has easy access to San Francisco's downtown.



The Moscone Center covers more than two million square feet and has over 700,000 square feet of exhibit space. The Center also has 106 meeting rooms and 123,000 square feet of lobby or registration space. There are six primary exhibit halls, the largest of which combines three halls to provide 260,560 square feet of contiguous exhibit space. View Floor Plans


Web: https://www.moscone.com/site/do/index
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 702.892.0711


The Moscone Center
Administrative Office
747 Howard Street, 5th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94103

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Concourse Exhibition Center


For events of up to 5,000 for dinner or 6,800 for a reception the Concourse Exhibition Center is an excellent location for trade shows and large events. Sparking glass and steel form the 125,000 square foot pavilion, framing your event in natural light through retractable skylights.


The exhibition hall has 125,000 square feet of space, all located on one floor plus a mezzanine level. The space can accommodate up to 600 10' x 10' booths. Ceiling heights are 25' in the center hall. The facility has 1,200 parking spaces.


Web: https://www.sfvenues.com/concourse/overview.html
Email: [email protected]


Concourse Exhibition Center
635 8th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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When you think of California, warm temperatures and Palm Trees come to mind, but the wind in the City by the Bay can be vicious. A quote often misattributed to Mark Twain says "The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco." But just pack a sweater because the City is far too beautiful to miss.

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Transportation & Reach

San Francisco is a major West Coast destination but is easily accessible by air, train and car.

San Francisco Airports

Three major airports serve the San Francisco area:

San Francisco International is one of the largest airports in the world. It serves as a major hub for United and Virgin America Airlines. Direct flights are available to Europe, Latin America and Asia.

Oakland International Airport is a hub for Southwest airlines. On the East Bay, Oakland International serves numerous United States destinations as well as Mexico.

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International provides an alternative for some travelers who find San Francisco International to be to large or located too far away from their final destination. This airport is served only by Volaris Airlines and Alaska Airlines.

San Francisco Railway Transportation

Amtrak provides service into San Francisco via the California Zephyr between San Francisco and Chicago; the Coast Starlight which connects to Seattle, Portland, Emeryville and Lost Angeles; the Capitol Corridor which runs to Sacramento on a limited schedule and the San Joaquins which runs to Bakersfield, Stockton and Emeryville.

Boat Transportation to San Francisco

Several ferries take advantage of the approach of the amazing San Francisco Skyline providing ferry service from Sausalito, Alameda, Oakland and other destinations.

Local Transportation inSan Francisco

Buses: San Francisco is served by several regional bus systems between the City and the immediate suburbs.

Trains: Caltrain is a regional rail service between San Francisco and San Jose. It also provides trains to South Bay and Silicon Valley. To get in and around town BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) connects San Francisco and the San Francisco Airport with Contra Costa County and the East Bay area.

Other: Taxis are available in San Francisco and are an efficient and often inexpensive means of travel, but hailing a taxi can be difficult. The best access for taxis is near downtown hotels or businesses.

Muni or the San Francisco Municipal Railway covers most of the tourist areas by subway, street cars, buses and the famous San Francisco cable cars.

Hotel Accommodations in San Francisco

Whether you need a business hotel, a luxurious hotel in the center of the city or in one of the popular areas like Fisherman's Wharf or Chinatown, there's no shortage of hotel rooms in San Francisco. Numerous bed and breakfasts and inns are also available in the more residential areas.

San Francisco Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: Not to be missed in San Francisco are the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown and the eight hair-pin turns of Lombard Street.


Major Entertainment: San Francisco is a great theater town with performances ranging from national tours of hit Broadway shows to more experimental off-beat theatre. Performing arts includes the San Francisco Ballet, the San Francisco Symphony and the San Francisco Opera. Of course for sports fans there's always the San Francisco Giants for baseball or the San Francisco 49ers for football.


Shopping: San Francisco shopping includes everything from the traditional tourist offerings to boutiques to high end luxury shopping. Filmore Street has been named one of America's best shopping streets by US News. Located between Pacific Heights and Japantown, Filmore Street offers a variety of shopping for those looking for less commercial retailers and restaurants.


Excursions from San Francisco: Nearby trips from San Francisco include Napa and Sonoma Wine Tours, Muir Woods and the Giant Redwoods, Yosemite National Park and the Giant Sequoias, and Monterey and Carmel.

Food & Beverages: San Francisco has been called the "Culinary Capital of the United States" with food that blends European to Latin American to Asian traditions. Seafood is prominent in San Francisco food offerings and is often served alongside the famous Sourdough bread. San Francisco's close proximity to Napa Valley means that your meals will be served up with some of the regions finest wines.

Helpful San Francisco Websites

City and County of San Francisco Official Website:

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