THE GREAT SAN FRANCISCO CRYSTAL FAIR
Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 10am – 4pm
San Francisco County Fair Building
(formerly The Hall of Flowers)
1199 9th Avenue (at Lincoln Way)
just inside Golden Gate Park
Admission $12 (free for children 12 and under accompanied by adult)
The Crystal Fair is a magical mix of crystals, minerals, beads, jewelry, and the healing arts. It takes place 6 times a year in 2 different locations. With over 40 vendors at each show, there are thousands of items available at affordable prices.
(scroll down for Walnut Creek and The Hall of Flowers)
To the Great San Francisco Crystal Fair at Ft Mason:
From the East Bay: Take the Bay Bridge to the Fremont St. exit; exit and go right onto Howard to Embarcadero and turn left; follow Embarcadero (about 2 miles) to Bay Street and turn left. Take Bay (about 2 miles) to Buchanan and turn right. Cross Marina Blvd., and make a sharp right into the Fort Mason Center parking lot. Building A is the first building on your left.
From Marin: Take Hwy 101 across the Golden Gate Bridge and keep to the left to the end of the freeway which becomes Marina Blvd. Take Marina Blvd. to Buchanan, turn left and then an immediate sharp right into the Fort Mason Center parking lot. Building A is the first building on your left.
From the Peninsula: Take Hwy 101 north to the 9th St. exit. Take 9th to Hayes and turn left. Take Hayes to Franklin and turn right. Follow Franklin to Bay Street and turn left; continue on Bay Street to Buchanan and turn right. Cross Marina Blvd., and make a sharp right into the Fort Mason Center parking lot. Building A is the first building on your left.
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