Visiting San Francisco: "Insider’s tip: Enter the de Young Museum, go directly to the right, and head for the tower elevators. Take the elevator to the viewing platform and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Then exit through the museum and take a stroll through the sculpture garden. Both are free and open to all."
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco: Home to one of the largest collections of Asian art in the world, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco has around 17,000 pieces of art and cultural artifacts from every major Asian country and tradition, including some artifacts that are nearly 6,000 years old! In addition to its permanent collection, the museum regularly houses traveling exhibitions, including some of China’s famous terra cotta warriors.
The Legion of Honor displays a collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an exquisite Beaux-Arts building in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco's most beautiful public museum is located in Lincoln Park at 100 34th Avenue (at Clement Street).Map of the Legion of HonorSpecial Guide for First Time Visitors