Nowadays, the 1200 acre Fort Mason area is utilized mostly for civilian and cultural purposes. The Fort Mason Center within the Fort Mason area is a complex of renovated late nineteenth and early twentieth century military buildings that are home to more than 50 non-profit cultural and environmental organizations as well as Greens Restaurant, serving exceptional vegetarian cuisine since 1979. Also part of Fort Mason Center is the Festival Pavilion where several exciting events are held annually including the Bay Area Brew Festival and the Pacific Orchid Exposition.
|Entrance to the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion.|
|Golden Gate Bridge behind Fort Mason Center buildings.|
|Fort Mason Green.|
|Battery Street at McDowell Road|
|Point San Jose can be utilized for gatherings.|
|Stairway to Cafe Franco.|
|Inside Cafe Franco.|