Treasure Island Museum

Building One, Treasure Island

One Avenue of the Palms

San Francisco, CA 94130-1812

Public transportation to Treasure Island is available (from San Francisco only) via bus or ferry. You can also visit by bicycle, car, or private boat.

By Bus:

Muni 25 bus runs from downtown San Francisco and stops in front of the Treasure Island Museum. Click here for details.

The Muni 25 leaves downtown San Francisco from the Salesforce Transit Center. The Muni 25 stops on Treasure Island in front of Building One on Avenue of the Palms, which is the first stop on the island.

By Ferry:

Regular daily ferry service now running between Treasure Island and San Francisco's Ferry Building. Check the schedule and purchase tickets online, or purchase tickets in person at the gate.

By Car:

From Oakland: Take the I-80 W Bay Bridge to the Treasure Island Exit. At the stop sign, turn right onto Macalla Road. Then turn right at the stop sign onto Treasure Island Road.

From San Francisco: Take I-80 E and take the Treasure Island Rd. exit 4A. Continue straight onto Treasure Island Rd.

Treasure Island Museum will be on your right. Go straight until you arrive to the building, then turn right into the parking lot for the Administration Building/Building One.


On weekdays, visitors can park in the Visitor Parking designated areas up to a maximum of two (2) hours in the lot in front of Building One. On weekends, including during our Saturday morning programs, permit parking spots are open for visitors as well.


NOTE: Many drivers find the westbound Bay Bridge on-ramp difficult because of the stop sign and short merge. There is a new, safer on-ramp, although it is tricky to get to. Click the Driving Directions map for instructions.

Construction Notice

As redevelopment of the islands progresses, the museum will remain open and accessible. But street, parking and transit patterns will be in flux for the next few years.  Be alert and observe signage when arriving, and check TIDA's construction information page beforehand.