The Legion of Honor sounds like an assembly of superheroes, but it's not. This museum in San Francisco still packs a punch though. Inside, you'll find an unrivalled collection of art. There's over 124,000 works spanning 4,000 years, from European sculpture and paintings to ancient art from the Mediterranean and Near East. Its most famous piece is R...
- * Access to the de Young Museum
- * Access to Legion of Honor
- * Access to temporary exhibitions
- Due to crowd management, you will receive the next available entry time upon arrival. * Getting There: Bus Line 18, get off at the Legion of Honor bus terminal * The café is open from 11:30 to 14:30 for limited indoor dining and outdoor dining on the Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden Terrace, weather permitting. The cafe is following all safety protocols for indoor and outdoor dining. Digital menus are posted at the entrance to the café. Water fountains are closed in keeping with COVID health and safety protocols. You may bring your own water. A touchless bottle filling station is available on the lower level of the de Young * Closed Areas: Coat Check, de Youngsters Studio, and Piazzoni Murals Room will remain closed. To encourage curiosity, Discovery Guides are available at the Information Desk * Museum access is free each first Tuesday of the month * Visitors under 18 get in free, but need a ticket * Audio guides are free for visually impaired visitors * Show your Legion of Honour smartphone ticket together with a valid ID at the Admissions ticketing desk and you'll receive the next available timeslot for your visit * Special exhibition upgrades can be purchased at this time
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