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Status active
Country United States of America
State or District California
City San Francisco
Date of founding 2007/03/03
Last Updated 2021-10-01
IRC irc://
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(not our physical address)
2261 Market Street #235-A
CA-94114 San Francisco
United States of America

Number of members 100
Membership fee US$80 membership and US$40 for starving makers. Everyone (even non-members) are always welcome at Noisebridge.
Size of rooms 5200ft²
Members Enki, Geeklizzard, Patrickod, Tdfischer
Location 37° 45' 44.55" N, 122° 25' 9.18" W

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Noisebridge is a maker space in San Francisco.

We provide infrastructure for individual and collaborative projects, and for exploring and doing what one loves. Some of the many diverse activities and interests at Noisebridge include: programming, hardware hacking, physics, chemistry, biology, science, mathematics, space exploration, photography, lockpicking, music, video, security, robotics, all kinds of art, craft, food, cooking, and more. Through talks, workshops, classes, events, and projects we encourage knowledge exchange, sharing, teaching, learning, and mentoring. Noisebridge was renovated and rebooted in Spring 2015 and is now better than ever!

Online presence and meetings since 03/03/2007. Our first physical space was a smaller space at 83C Wiese St (2 blocks away from our current location) from October 2008 through September 2009. From 2009 till mid-2020 we were located at 2169 Mission St in San Francisco.

Our current physical space (since mid-2020) is located at:
     72 Capp St
     San Francisco, CA 94110
Check to see when we're open, and everyone is always welcome
-- all ages, all skill levels. Ring the doorbell if the gate is locked or try finding us on chat (Discord, Slack, or

Our mailing address is:
     2261 Market St. #235-A
     San Francisco, CA 94103

Noisebridge is a California non-profit corporation,
and is 501(c)(3) tax-exempt.

For more info, and for a calendar of weekly classes and workshops, and for a list of special events:

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