Long before there was the city of San Francisco, there was the Presidio of San Francisco. First established in 1776, the Officers' Club stands as a testament to California's beginnings.
Throughout the 20th century, the renowned Presidio Officers' Club was an exclusive gathering place for Army brass and their families. Today, this beautiful, historic destination is a hospitality venue for weddings, celebrations, and meetings. On Saturdays, visitors are invited to enjoy free exhibitions tracing the history of the Presidio.
Wedding, Celebration, and Meeting Rentals
A one-of-a-kind historic San Francisco venue, the Officers’ Club offers for rent the grand Moraga Hall, the loft-style Ortega Ballroom with panoramic views, and the open-air Hardie Courtyard.
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Free Saturday Exhibitions on the History of the Presidio
The Officers’ Club is open to the public on Saturdays 11 am – 4 pm.
Free and open to all, the Presidio Officers' Club offers exhibitions tracing the Presidio's past and present. Exhibits are open Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm. Masks required inside public buildings per federal guidelines.
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The restaurant at the Officers’ Club will reopen soon. Stay tuned for details!