Note: The museum will be closing in June for a two-year renovation project. The last day to visit SFMOMA will be June 2, 2013.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is one of the world's most innovative museums of modern and contemporary art. Take in American paintings by Richard Diebenkorn, Philip Guston, and Jackson Pollock. Soak up works by Henri Matisse as well as the art of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Enjoy photographs by Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz, and Edward Weston, or peruse exhibitions on architecture and design or media arts. Whether you're interested in traditional painting and sculpture, extraordinary photography, visionary architecture and design, or cutting-edge multimedia installations, there's a world of art to explore at SFMOMA.
Visitors also may enjoy insightful docent tours, the new rooftop garden, the Koret Visitor Education Center, Caffe Museo, and the Museum Store.
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We went during the first Tuesday of the month not realizing that it was free to the public that afternoon. I would never go back on a free day no matter what. Talk about crowds and craziness! We were happy we had a 3-day pass because we walked out and went back on Wednesday. They had some truly special exhibits on display. When we were there, we saw the Richard Serra Drawing exhibit - masterpieces! The rooftop sculpture garden is fantastic. Try the blue bottle coffee.