The Go San Francisco Card is the exclusive pass provider for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) which recently opened to the public on May 14th. This means travelers who purchase a Go San Francisco Card will automatically be able to visit SFMOMA as one of their attraction options if they so choose.
May 17, 2016
BOSTON, MA (May 17, 2016) — The Go San Francisco Card is the exclusive pass provider for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) which recently opened to the public on May 14th. This means travelers who purchase a Go San Francisco Card will automatically be able to visit SFMOMA as one of their attraction options if they so choose.
With nearly triple the previous gallery space, the new SFMOMA displays more of its outstanding holdings of over 33,000 modern and contemporary artworks than ever before. Highlights on view at opening include 260 works from the exceptional Doris and Donald Fisher Collection of postwar and contemporary art; more than 600 artworks promised to the museum through the Campaign for Art; cherished favorites from the permanent collection; as well as recent work commissioned for the new museum. Deeply integrated into the city, the museum features nearly 45,000 square feet of free art-filled public space and offers free admission to visitors 18 and younger in perpetuity.
Because of the popularity of this destination, Go San Francisco card recommends the best times to visit will be afternoons, weekdays, and Thursday evenings.
SFMOMA is available on all three Go San Francisco Card passes including the All Inclusive, Explorer, and Build Your Own.
For additional information on visiting SFMOMA via the Go San Francisco Card, click here.
About Go City Card
Go City Card, a division of Smart Destinations, sells multi-attraction passes to 11 of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. including Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Oahu, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. Go City Cards can be purchased online and instantly delivered to a traveler’s smart phone or they can be bought at brick and mortar outlets within a city upon arrival. Travelers choose from different types of passes to fit their needs including an all-inclusive pass which provides carte blanche to visit any of that city’s included attractions or a “Build Your Own” which enables a traveler to create their own itinerary. Depending upon the pass selected, travelers can realize a savings of up to 55% less than paying at the gate. All passes come with valuable extras including the ability to skip the line at select attractions and comprehensive guidebooks that offer insider tips and bonus discounts on shopping and dining.
For additional information, visit GoCityCard.com.
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