The Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
What you need to know

The Legion of Honor is a neoclassical building overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate Bridge and all of San Francisco, noted for its breathtaking setting and it displays a collection of over 4,000 years of ancient and European art. With this Saving Pass you will get same day for free entrance to the de Young Museum.

The Legion of Honor Museum – The Legion of Honor is another important and historic Museum of San Francisco. Located inside Lincoln Park, offers amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay. More than 4000 years of European Arts and History are exhibited inside with an extensive collection of paintings from the 14th to the 20th century and heavyweights like Fra Angelico, El Greek, Rubens, Rembrandt, Monet, Picasso and Matisse.

You will also admire Rodin’ Sculptures, French Baroque Furniture from the 18th century and vast collection of Graphic Art Foundation Achenbach with works by Durer, Gauguin, Kandinsky. A Collection of Ancient Mediterranean Art from Greece, Egypt, Assyria and Rome with the latest acquisition, the important collection of “Pietre Dure” including “Panel with Vase of Flowers”. Florence in 1600.

Map: Location and Admission

  • LOCATION: 100 34th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94121, USA
  • HOURS: Tuesday–Sunday 9:30 am–5:15 pm - Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
  • ADMISSION: Adults: $15 - Seniors (65+): $12 - Students (w/ valid ID): $6 - Youth (17 and under): Free
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: 18 Bus - Stops directly in front of the museum. 1 Bus - Stops at 33rd Avenue and Clement Street approximately half a mile from Museum 38 Bus - Stops at 33rd Avenue and Geary Street approximately half a mile from the entrance. Save $2 on adult museum admission presenting your valid Muni ticket to the cashier when purchasing your admission ticket.


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