Come visit the museum that the NY Times described as “changing the face of museums going forward.” After a three-year closure, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is once again open with a breathtaking new expansion. Seamlessly integrating the original museum with a new 10-story building designed by international architects Snohetta, the new museum begins by showcasing five works of contemporary art in a free-to- visit first floor.
Nineteen exhibitions are on currently on view featuring the Fisher Collection of postwar and contemporary art, artwork received through the Campaign for Art and work from the museum’s exceptional collections of painting, sculpture, photography, architecture + design and media arts. Take a break in one of the museum’s two new restaurants or grab a coffee at the new coffee bar on three.
SFMOMA is appropriate for visitors of all ages and all guests 18 and younger are free.
- 19 exhibitions on display
- 170,000 square feet of art-filled galleries
- Six outdoor terraces offering art and spectacular city views
- Largest living wall in the US with more than 19,000 plants
- Two restaurants and an artisanal coffee bar on site
151 Third Street | San Francisco, CA 94103
Hours of Operation
Friday - Tuesday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Thursdays until 9 p.m
Closed on Wednesdays
Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Last admission is a half hour before closing.
Entry to Museum
souvenirs, food, drinks, special events and exhibitions.