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We hiked around Lands End and ended up at Legion of Honor and decided to spend a few hours exploring that museum as well. Various works of art in this large museum go back a few thousand years from Europe and the Mediterranean, including some...More
We visited the Legion of Honor Klimt and Rodin exhibition as a family. The art work was beautiful, and the docents were extremely knowledgeable and generous in sharing their knowledge. We also loved their permanent collection of European art. The museum was just the right...More
This is a beautiful museum . It has an excellent collection of Roudan statues, many are signed castings.
They also have very good traveling exhibits. Wonderful news Golden Gate bridge from the café and garden area.
Off the beaten tracks for most tourists is the Legion of Honor and the beauty of the surrounding area. Sitting atop a knoll located adjacent to the scenic Lincoln Park Golf Course, the Legion of Honor features stunning architecture, as well as an ever-changing set...More
This is a great museum. Not too big to overwhelm, but just the right size to enjoy for a couple of hours. I really enjoyed the European works. First mummy display I have seen was very interesting. Porcelain art was fantastic downstairs. The building is...More
The selection of special exhibits only enhances the permanent exhibit. The setting in a wooded area near a golf course is in itself a respite from other museums in downtown sites. The onsite cafe and gift shops are delightful and make a several hours museum...More
This is one of the finest museums that I had ever seen in my life. It is a superb french neoclassical building settled in the Golden Gate Park heart. The building is flanked by two big statues: in the left side is Joan of Arc,...More