SoMa (South of Market)
The South of Market district, or SoMa, is the heart of San Francisco’s hippest cultural scene. It offers museums dedicated to cartoons, Jewish culture, high tech interactive art, and other interests. SoMa is also home to AT&T Park, Moscone Center, a wide choice of restaurants, lively bars, nightlife, shopping and outdoor spaces for relaxing. SoMa is easily accessible from Market Street. Public parking garages are located throughout the area.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Cartoon Art Museum
Children’s Creativity Museum
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (closed for renovation until mid-2016)
Dining in SoMa
Find some of the best San Francisco restaurants, including ethnic, fine dining, family-owned and national chains.
Where is SoMa? SoMa stretches from Eleventh Street to the Embarcadero, between Market Street and Townsend.
What shops are in SoMa? SoMa shops are eclectic and fun. Find home décor, trendy apparel, costumes, consignment shops, independent bookstores and gifts. Favorites include The Green Arcade, Ma Maison Home Accents and Gama-Go Store.