Eat and drink on Treasure Island

Treasure Island is home to locally-owned restaurants, wineries, breweries and more!

“Outdoor at Mersea, Treasure Island” by Mersea Restaurant


The Treasure Island Museum gallery space is shown and visitors are interacting with he space
“Treasure Island attractions - TI Museum” by Treasure Island Museum

Treasure Island Museum

The Treasure Island Museum promotes the history of Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands through curated exhibitions, a regular lecture series, online exhibitions and more. 

The artwork Signal is pictured along the Treasure Island shoreline, palm trees are behind the artwork
“Treasure Island attractions - public art” by Tom Loughlin

Public art

Several current public installations and a robust Arts Master Plan emphasize the Island's place as a home for public art and local artists.

Sailboats from TI Sailing Center are shown sailing on SF Bay with the East Bay hills in the background
“Treasure Island attractions - recreation” by Treasure Island Sailing Center

Sports and recreation

The Islands are home to a variety of recreational opportunities including athletic fields, Treasure Island Sailing Center and a skatepark. 

Directions to Treasure Island

Ride the SFMTA MUNI 25 - Treasure Island bus

Ride the SFMTA MUNI 25 - Treasure Island bus

You can ride the SFMTA MUNI 25 bus line to Treasure Island.  The MUNI 25 departs for Treasure Island regularly from the Transit Center in downtown San Francisco.

Salesforce Transit Center

425 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
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Ride the Treasure Island ferry

Ride the Treasure Island ferry

The Treasure Island ferry runs on a regular daily schedule between the Treasure Island Ferry Terminal and the San Francisco Ferry Building, Gate B.  Bicycles are allowed on-board the ferry.  Only service animals allowed.  $5 one-way ticket.  Children under 5 ride free.

Treasure Island Development Authority

Treasure Island Ferry Terminal
2 Avenue of Palms
San Francisco, CA 94130
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Bicycle to Treasure Island

Bicycle to Treasure Island

Bicycle access to the Islands from the East Bay via the Bay Bridge Bicycle Path is open on weekends only until construction concludes.  There is currently no direct bicycle access to and from San Francisco. 

Drive to Treasure Island

Drive to Treasure Island

Exit "Treasure/Yerba Buena Island" at the midway point of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.  A toll is required for vehicles traveling onto the Bay Bridge from the East Bay.  There is no gas station on-Island.  There are electric vehicle charging stations located at 9th Street and Avenue of Palms.

Treasure Island

Avenue of the Palms
San Francisco, CA 94130
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Visitors are encouraged to utilize public transportation and carpooling when visiting the Islands.

Additional resources for visitors

Downloadable resources


Treasure Island is home to a variety of locally-owned small businesses, engaging public art, recreation opportunities and more.