San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, CA

151 Third StreetSan Francisco, CA 94103
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Overview

Dedicated to preserving art for future generations, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is filled with renowned exhibits and works of art. Recognizing all forms of art including media, film, paint, architecture, and more, SFMOMA features works by renowned, Bay area, and upcoming artists. With a growing collection of more than 30,000 masterpieces, this is a must-see San Francisco museum.

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from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
SFMOMA is dedicated to making the art for our time a vital and meaningful part of public life. For that reason, we assemble unparalleled collections, create exhilarating exhibitions, and develop engaging public programs. In all of these endeavors, we are guided by our enduring commitment to fostering creativity and embracing new ways of seeing the world.

Fall/Winter Hours:
Open Friday–Tuesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm and Thursday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm.
Closed Wednesdays except for Wednesday, December 27, 2017.

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allan m
Point Roberts, Washington
"SF MOMA was worth the trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 22, 2017 NEW
We only stay at museums and art galleries for an hour or two (as my head gets full), but the SF MOMA visit was different. Everyone was so helpful, the art was wonderful and the special exhibits were spectacular - we stayed for hours!
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Mark37Chicago
"Had to see the renovated bulding"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2017 NEW
I have been to this museum several times, but this is the first time I have been since the building reopened after remodeling. They did a beautiful job and there is so much more space for things. For some odd reason, a lot of the permanent collection is now hidden away on the second floor -you have to actively search it out. Louise Bourgeois' Spider sculptures have a stunning new room - don’t miss the oculus bridge. Also, don’t miss the giant Richard Serra sculpture accessed from stairs on the second floor. Lots to see.
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Cindy C
Sydney, Australia
"Excellent Musem showcasing high quality Modern Art"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2017 NEW
For the Bay Area, the SF MOMA matches the brilliance of Silicon Valley with an incredible display of art reflecting the times we live and presenting the most exiting modern artists.
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scott46
texas
"Awesome collection of modern art from around the world and across time periods."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2017 NEW
Don't miss the Paul Klee Gallery, with its many Matisse works, and the German Art after 1960 Gallery (a lot of impressive Kiefer, Richter and Polke works). And there is always a wonderful special exhibition.
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paula h
Buffalo, New York
"Fantastic MOMA"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 18, 2017 NEW
I love checking out art museums in the cities I visit. Being an old deadhead I’ve done quite a bit of traveling over the past few decades following that band and every chance I get I check out the art museums in whatever city I’m in. This MOMA truly lives up to its name. It’s pretty strictly modern art and it’s collection is fabulous. Well represented contemporary collection with the greats of modern art Warhol, Calder, Lichtenstein, Still. And many other lesser known but equally talented artists. The floor space is open and airy. The building itself has multiple floors and each floor has top quality representation of the artists in their collection. Not only did I like it my teenage daughter did as well and that was a surprise. In fact she ended up doing all the floors which totally shocked me. The outdoor sculpture gardens were great. Nice place to get a little air and sit down to rest. There is an elevator but it’s slow and the stairs may be a bit arduous for some people. It’s probably better to try to do this museum over two days but often that’s not practical. There’s a small cafe area for coffee. And best of all the gift shop is out of this world. We bought so much we had to have it shipped back home! But awesome stuff which you don’t see in every gift shop and believe me I’m a gift shop girl. I know my gift shops. If you’re in San Fran and you are an art lover this place is a must. If you want to find artsy or unique gifts just stop in the shop. You won’t be disappointed. World class all the way.
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Frequently Asked Questions about San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Do I need to purchase an admissions ticket to look at the public areas in the museum?
No. The free public spaces on Floors 1 and 2 open at 9:30 a.m. daily and do not require a ticket. The public spaces include artwork and museum shops. Admission tickets are required to view the galleries.

Can I bring my food and/or beverages into the museum?
No. Eating, drinking, smoking, or sleeping is prohibited in the Museum. You may bring sealed food and drink containers into the museum if they are packed away in a bag and not consumed inside the galleries. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has designated areas for eating and drinking including Café 5, Sightglass at SFMOMA, and In Situ.

Are strollers allowed in the museum?
Unless otherwise noted on the gallery or specific exhibit, strollers are permitted inside the museum.

Can I bring a backpack inside?
Yes, however, backpacks must be carried or worn on your front at all times.

Does the museum offer parking?
While the museum does not own or control the many parking garages nearby, there are plenty of parking options available for visitors.