Ferry Building / Marketplace, San Francisco
The Ferry Building, with its Neo-Romanesque façade and 230ft/70m-high tower modeled on the Giralda, the campanile of Seville Cathedral, is located at the lower end of Market Street, on the east side of Embarcadero Plaza. Erected by the state of California between 1896 and 1903, both the building and the tower survived the 1906 earthquake intact.
Ferry Building (Marketplace) Map
California State Division of Mines Museum
The California State Division of Mines Museum in San Francisco, located in the Ferry Building contains a valuable collection of stones and minerals, as well as the World Trade Center with its exhibition of products from all parts of the globe.
The Ferry building in San Francisco now houses both the Port Authority and the California State Division of Mines Museum.
More Ferry Building (Marketplace) Pictures
Map of San Francisco Attractions