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Visit the Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco, California to see and learn about historical European artwork! The museum houses a collection of 800 paintings from the 14th through the 20th centuries, including artwork by Claude Monet. The Museum also contains sculptures, carvings, vessels, vases, figurines, jewelry, and other incredible items from ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt, Etruria, and the Aegean Islands, some of which date over 5,000 years old.
The museum houses a collection of European Decorative Arts, which contains pieces from the late medieval times to the present. Some items in this collection include a Spanish ceiling circa 1500, Marie-Antionette's settee, and a tea table by Fabergé. The museum has European sculptures on display as well, such as a 16th century marble bust of Cosimo de' Medici, a polychrome figure of Saint Francis from the 17th century, and many of Auguste Rodin's works, such as “The Thinker”. There are many beautiful pieces here for everyone to enjoy so reserve your discount Legion of Honor tickets today!
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Legion of Honor Current Exhibitions
Paperworks: Fifteen Years of Acquisitions
A new gallery at the museum is open to guests. You will be able to see works on paper from the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, which is well known for it's department of prints, drawings, photographs, and artists' books. The exhibition features many acquisitions made by the Foundation over the past 15 years, ranging from a 15th-century Old Master drawing of St. Matthew to a 2021 lithograph of a Chevy El Camino. The selection had been arranged into four thematic sections: Ecologies of Place, Dynamics of Power, Self and Identity, and Process and Design. Don't miss out on this unique collection that inspires artists all over the world.
Michelle Erickson: Wild Porcelain
The museum introduces Michelle Erickson's ceramic art at the center of the Bowles Porcelain Gallery. Erickson's work combines colonial era ceramic techniques and contemporary themes. The design of these works were directly inspired by pieces in the Bowles Collection of 18th-century English porcelain, which form the core of the Fine Arts Museums' European porcelain collections. Based on Erickson's previous political statements, Wild Porcelain confronts visitors with issues such as socioeconomic inequality and human encroachment on the environment, while demonstrating that porcelain remains a dynamic medium of artistic expression in the 21st century.
Bookworks: Selected Recent Acquisitions, 2012 - 2022
A unique collection of modern artist-illustrated books which were given to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in 1998, was collected by Reva and David Logan. This exhibition, together with the exhibition of the new paper gallery, presents recent gifts from the Logan family and other generous donors, as well as recent museum purchases. The current highlights of this collection include two books illustrated by Pablo Picasso and other important contemporary works. These recent additions strengthen and extend the collection of this vibrant and engaging artform.
Frequently Asked Questions about Legion of Honor
Are reservations required for Legion of Honor?
No, reservations are not required but guests can make reservations to plan their visit.
Do the discount tickets to Legion of Honor expire?
These discount tickets do not expire. They can be used any time!
Where is Legion of Honor located?
The museum is located in Lincoln Park, 100 34th Avenue (at Clement Street)San Francisco, CA 94121.
What are the operating hours of Legion of Honor?
They normally operate from Tuesday - Sunday 9:30 am - 5:15 pm.
What safety procedures are in place at the museum?
In accordance with City and County of San Francisco safety guidelines, masks are strongly recommended but no longer required while inside the museum.
Am I required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result?
Proof of vaccination is not required for regular museum or café visits but is a requirement to attend some onsite events.
Do I have to print out my discount Legion of Honor tickets?
No, you can just show your Legion of Honor discount tickets on your phone for easy entry.
When will I receive my Legion of Honor discount tickets from FunEx?
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Is there free parking at the museum?
Yes, free parking is available in the lots in front of the museum and along the north side of the building.
Last updated January 18, 2023.