Formerly the oldest organ factory in the West. The space is now used to build robots.52 s
A hub for unique cultural, artistic, and community events.56 s
88.5, Channel 9, one of the country's most-watched and listed-to public stations.50 s
Traffic jams now clog what was formerly Mission Creek.53 s
A free restaurant, serving breakfast and lunch during the week and brunch on Sundays.1 min
A one-time machine shop converted into a microbrewery.1 min
The hospital that serves 100,000 patients each year is going under a major renovation1 min
Explore the colorful and exciting secrets of Mission Creek in San Francisco. The Mission Creek Tour was made in collaboration between Earprint Productions and the University of San Francisco's Museum Studies Graduate Program. Thank you to Paula Birnbaum, Academic Director, Marjorie Schwarzer, Administrative Director, Mandy Smith, Professor of Museums and Technology, and the Museum Studies graduate students who participated in the creation of this audio tour.
A special thank you to the following local San Francisco businesses who allowed students to feature them in this audio guide, KQED, Schoenstein & Co., CELLspace Gallery, Martin De Porres House of Hospitality, Southern Pacific Brewing Company, and SF General Hospital.