The 61st floor of Salesforce Tower San Francisco was opened to the public for community tours last February 23, 2019. Dubbed the “Ohana Floor”, the tower’s uppermost storey features an expansive open space with an amazing view of the Bay Area skyscape. Visitors get to relax, take photos, and enjoy the lovely view for an hour.
Salesforce San Francisco opens the Ohana floor one Saturday each month for their free tours. The tour lasts for an hour and can accommodate a maximum of 50 persons per session. Tour time starts at 11 AM and ends at 6 PM. There will be a few breaks in between for quick room cleaning and freshening up.
You need to pre-register on their website salesforcetowertours.com to obtain a ticket to the free tour. You may also register up to five more guests to join you. Salesforce currently doesn’t accept walk-ins, substitutions, and on-site changes, so pre-registration on your preferred date and time is a must.
Bring a government-issued ID for security reasons. You may present your passport, driver’s license, or ID card.
You are allowed to take the following items with you on your visit:
- Cameras for personal use only
- Metal and plastic water containers
- Strollers and car seats for infants
Glass water bottles, professional photography equipment, outside food, and any kind of weapon (even licensed concealed ones) are not allowed on the tower. Pet animals are also forbidden.
Persons with disabilities may use their motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs in the building. They may bring their service animals with them as well.
As of this writing, Salesforce Ohana Floor tours are all fully-booked until January 2020. You may join their waiting list by clicking the “Notify Me” button at their website or by following their Twitter account.
A New Way to Connect with the Community
Salesforce hopes to connect to the community by opening the doors of their Ohana floor to all. It’s based on the premise that the company’s success comes from its customers and the community. Hence, the free Ohana floor tours are just one of the many ways Salesforce gives back to the community.
Wrapping It Up
Salesforce Tower San Francisco opens its Ohana floor for free one-hour tours to the community. People can relax, unwind, and admire the Bay Area scenery from atop Salesforce’s tower. The tech giant does this as a way of giving back to the community that made them a successful company.