The Old Mint, located in downtown San Francisco, is a stunning National Historic Landmark slated to become the San Francisco Museum at the Mint. Currently, the Old Mint is available for rent for special events such as:
- Cocktail and Theme Parties
- Fundraisers and Auctions
- Film and Photo Shoots
- Fashion Shows
- Trade Shows
- Art Gallery
- Screenings and Performances
- Weddings and Receptions
Comfortable capacities range from as few as 10 people looking for intimate gatherings to up to 500 guests for large events. Whether you are looking to host a memorable dinner, a cocktail party, or a corporate meeting, your guests will enjoy an exceptional and unique atmosphere that embraces the history and culture of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Read more...
Completed in 1874, the fabulous “Granite Lady” has stood its ground through the City’s many transformations – and disasters, including the Great Earthquake of 1906. Between 1874 and 1937, the Second San Francisco Mint (known today as the “Old Mint”) was the most active mint in the United States. In 1877, over fifty million dollars in coins were produced. By the 1930s, one-third of the nation’s gold reserves were stored at the Old Mint. The Old Mint was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961 and is nationally recognized as its importance as “the last major example of classic revival architecture in the United States. Read more...
Please note: Many events at the Old Mint are hosted by third parties. Unless such events are specifically sponsored by the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society, FlipSide, or San Francisco Museum at the Mint, please direct questions or comments to the event organizers. Thank you!