|2800 Mission Street , at 24th Street|
|Muni Metro connection|
|14, 14L, 48, 49, 67|
|Northeast corner of 24th and Mission streets|
|No, but bike parking is available inside|
The 24th Street station is one of two BART stations located in the Mission (the other being at 16th Street). It has two entrances, at the northeast and southwest corners of 24th and Mission streets. The plaza surrounding its southwest entrance is sometimes used for performances.
Check out the large group of men preaching/chanting non-stop for hours at certain times of day (usually in the early evening).
It is a block away from the Mission Branch of the San Francisco Public Library.
In the 1970s and 80s, the 24th Street BART plaza became known as Plaza Sandino "because of the many demonstrations in favor of Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution and against the U.S.- backed government of El Salvador."