Asian Art Museum

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Details
200 Larkin St (at McAllister St)
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 581-3500
Art Museum
Hours
Tue–Sun: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM

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  • ASIAN ART MUSEUM: TARGET FIRST FREE SUNDAYSFree general admission on the first Sunday of every month and the family programs offered on that dayis made possible by Target. Admission is granted on
  • This museum lets you get real intimate with the art. Photography is allowed.
  • Beautiful museum with new art pieces...
  • Pause for a moment to contemplate in the contemplative cove in the Japanese galleries. The Izumi Masatoshi "Basin" fountain, like @metmuseum's Noguchi makes moving water look still.
  • 1st Sundays are Free and Cafe Asia has yummy daily specials.
  • No photos in the special exhibits (first floor). Photos are allowed on the 2nd and 3rd floor, but NO FLASH. Also, no tripods, no video.
  • The Southeast Asian wing is fantastic, a must see.
  • Try the Pastrami Salami Sandwich - Pastrami and salami with a roasted red pepper aioli
  • on my calendar for the weekend - exhibition China's Terracotta Warriors
  • Bali now on view.Come on in.See something new.
  • Free on 1st Sunday each month. Check out their 'Gorgeous' exhibit spanning multiple eras, cultures and genres.
  • Get there for the free Sunday!
  • Terracotta Warriors here until May 27th, 2013. Must see!
  • The Phantoms of Asia exhibit is AMAZING!
  • You don't need a museum ticket to eat here and the canteen-style cafe is tasty and affordable. Just ask for a sticker at the desk. That said, check out the collection at least once, it's fantastic!
  • I love working here! I'm learning so much about the Asian culture. I wish more people would take the time to learn about everyones culture. It would erase a lot of negativity in the world. But I love
  • The museum offers free admission & family programs the 1st Sun of every month. Score!Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • This place is well-worth seeing. Absolutely a beautiful collection of Asian treasures.
  • The docents give detailed, interesting tours for free, and the cafe has a good selection of loose leaf teas to try out!