Asian Art Museum - Admission + Special Exhibit Entry

Visit the Asian Art Museum and spark your inspiration and curiosity while discovering the links between Asia and the United States with an extremely rich array of artwork. At the museum you’ll learn about the distinctive art and intellectual achievements of Asian culture while gaining an understanding between Asia and the United States. Asia is not just one place and many of the artworks have connections to other continents - the diverse Asian displays predate written history with a collection of ancient Buddha artifacts, while others are more modern.

With its jampacked schedule of engaging weekly events, workshops and cultural celebrations, this museum has something for all ages! Programs include: Mochi Pounding, Lunar New Year, Korea Day, Filipino American History Month Celebration and Divali Celebration. Workshops offered channel Asia’s long tradition of admired metalwork, woodwork, textiles, calligraphy and ceramics. These hands-on workshops range from ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement), and bamboo weaving, to calligraphy and bojagi (Korean wrapping cloths).

With one of the most comprehensive collections of Asian art in the world, this museum is strategically located on the Pacific Rim to spur creativity and debate.

During this museum visit you will be able to access a special exhibit - an opportunity to experience contemporary and compelling artwork thoughtfully tied to the museum’s collections. Check the museum website for current and upcoming exhibits.

Location: 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Asian Art Museum Hours:
Tues–Sun 10:00 am –5:00 pm
Thurs Night (Feb 23–Sept 28): 5:00 pm –9:00 pm
Fri Night (Jun 23–Sept 29): 5:00 pm –9:00 pm

Visit the Asian Art Museum and spark your inspiration and curiosity while discovering the links between Asia and the United States with an extremely rich array of artwork. At the museum you’ll learn about the distinctive art and intellectual achievements of Asian culture while gaining an understanding between Asia and the United States. Asia is not just one place and many of the artworks have connections to other continents - the diverse Asian displays predate written history with a collection of ancient Buddha artifacts, while others are more modern.

With its jampacked schedule of engaging weekly events, workshops and cultural celebrations, this museum has something for all ages! Programs include: Mochi Pounding, Lunar New Year, Korea Day, Filipino American History Month Celebration and Divali Celebration. Workshops offered channel Asia’s long tradition of admired metalwork, woodwork, textiles, calligraphy and ceramics. These hands-on workshops range from ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement), and bamboo weaving, to calligraphy and bojagi (Korean wrapping cloths).

With one of the most comprehensive collections of Asian art in the world, this museum is strategically located on the Pacific Rim to spur creativity and debate.

During this museum visit you will be able to access a special exhibit - an opportunity to experience contemporary and compelling artwork thoughtfully tied to the museum’s collections. Check the museum website for current and upcoming exhibits.

Location: 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Asian Art Museum Hours:
Tues–Sun 10:00 am –5:00 pm
Thurs Night (Feb 23–Sept 28): 5:00 pm –9:00 pm
Fri Night (Jun 23–Sept 29): 5:00 pm –9:00 pm

ADULT:

$25.00

CHILD:

$25.00

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adult:

$25.00

child:

$25.00

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