Muni Heritage Weekend is an annual two-day celebration of transit history. Ever year, we partner with the SFMTA to give you an opportunity to ride special historic streetcars and buses.
This year, Muni Heritage Weekend is being celebrated on September 8th and 9th. To catch free rides, view vintage vehicles, and participate in activities, head to our museum at 77 Steuart Street just across from the Ferry Building.
These vehicles will be operating from 1 PM to 5 PM between our museum and Pier 39.
"Dinky" 578Circa 1896: the oldest streetcar operated by a transit agency in America today.
Car 1In 1912, this streetcar became the first publicly owned streetcar in America.
The Boat TramFrom Blackpool, England, this open-top boat on rails is perfect for a waterfront "cruise."
These vehicles will be operating in regular service for Heritage Weekend.
"EuroPCC" 737Circa 1952. Will be running on the F line.
Melbourne streetcarsThese cars from 1928 and 1946 will be running on the E line.
Trolley coachesVintage buses that were built for San Francisco in 1950 and 1975 will be operating between our museum and Washington Square Park.
Motor coachesMotor coaches that were built for San Francisco between 1938 and 1975 will be operating on the 82x line between Levi Plaza and Caltrain.
Saturday at 12 Noon, we'll hold a cable car bell-ringing demonstration by all-time champ Carl Payne. Carl will also offer instruction to kids of all ages, who can take a turn on the bell of motorized cable car 62, which will be on display in the plaza across the F-line tracks from our museum.