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Legion of Honor Museum

Visit one of San Francisco’s most cherished museums — sunlit galleries, a lively café, and quiet rooms for pondering and reflecting. The Legion of Honor was built to commemorate Californian soldiers who died in World War I and is currently a part of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. This beautiful Beaux-arts structure overlooks Lincoln Park, the Golden Gate Bridge and all of San Francisco making for a breathtaking setting.

The museum’s diverse collection features more than 4,000 years of astonishing, historic art and visual masterpieces spanning across multiple cultures - from Asia to Europe! Explore over 18,000 objects ranging from tiny jades to monumental sculptures. Walk through the halls decked with exquisite paintings, porcelains, arms and armor, furniture, textiles, and bronzes are featured. The Museum is also home to Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, famous for its impressive compilation of work of art on paper: prints, drawings and even artist’s books.

Explore the different exhibitions on display at any given time during your visit. Stroll through the Court of Honor and check out Rodin’s Thinker. And don’t miss a performance on the Skinner pipe organ! Take in the impressive sound of 4,500 pipes playing everything from Bach and Gershwin to great film scores. The Legion of Honor Museum has something that will cater to the tastes of every member of your family and friends.


Legion of Honor Location
100 34th Avenue, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA 94121

Legion of Honor Hours
Tue – Sun: 9:30 am - 5:15 pm

How to Redeem:
Your Sightseeing Pass can only be redeemed for a ticket to this museum at the City Sightseeing SF office, 1331 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA.
Visit one of San Francisco’s most cherished museums — sunlit galleries, a lively café, and quiet rooms for pondering and reflecting. The Legion of Honor was built to commemorate Californian soldiers who died in World War I and is currently a part of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. This beautiful Beaux-arts structure overlooks Lincoln Park, the Golden Gate Bridge and all of San Francisco making for a breathtaking setting.

The museum’s diverse collection features more than 4,000 years of astonishing, historic art and visual masterpieces spanning across multiple cultures - from Asia to Europe! Explore over 18,000 objects ranging from tiny jades to monumental sculptures. Walk through the halls decked with exquisite paintings, porcelains, arms and armor, furniture, textiles, and bronzes are featured. The Museum is also home to Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, famous for its impressive compilation of work of art on paper: prints, drawings and even artist’s books.

Explore the different exhibitions on display at any given time during your visit. Stroll through the Court of Honor and check out Rodin’s Thinker. And don’t miss a performance on the Skinner pipe organ! Take in the impressive sound of 4,500 pipes playing everything from Bach and Gershwin to great film scores. The Legion of Honor Museum has something that will cater to the tastes of every member of your family and friends.


Legion of Honor Location
100 34th Avenue, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA 94121

Legion of Honor Hours
Tue – Sun: 9:30 am - 5:15 pm

How to Redeem:
Your Sightseeing Pass can only be redeemed for a ticket to this museum at the City Sightseeing SF office, 1331 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA.

ADULT:

$15.00

CHILD:

$6.00

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adult:

$15.00

child:

$6.00

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