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Legion of Honor

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An outstanding collection of European art in a gorgeous hilltop museum setting.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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100 34th Ave, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA 94121-1677
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 12 July 2017

For anyone appreciating an art or architecture, the Legion of Honor is a place to be. Magnificent Beaux-Art building perfectly located in Lincoln Park charms you from first sight. I would recommend seeing this gorgeous museum from April to October. Enjoy it!

15  Thank Alexander S
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 27 July 2008

During an otherwise superb trip to San Francisco, we had a very negative experience at the Legion of Honor. We biked there after biking the Golden Gate bridge. When we arrived, we could find no bike racks. My wife had to use the bathroom, so...More

7  Thank jw_slc
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Reviewed today

This fine arts museum on the top of the hill overlooking San Francisco Bay was donated by the Spreckels sugar family. The museum hosts famous sculpture, The Thinker by Rodin. Lots of free parking on site.

Thank Joyce N
Reviewed 2 days ago

This venue is very well-described in the main Guide-Books : it has a brilliant location, with spectacular views, and the Building itself is absolutely superb. But thereafter? You pay (with a discount for "Seniors"), and you walk around a rather mediocre collection of "Art" -...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We are members of the museum. This is my honey's favorite. The area around the Legion of Honor museum is beautiful, but often chilly. Parking is terrible especially on the weekends, but the view of the GG bridge is breath taking. The little café is...More

Thank Chris Y
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

If you have an art history background, you already know about the Legion of Honor and it’s superlative Collection of French art of the 18th and 19th centuries. If you don’t know art that well, you’ll be surprised by the beautiful building, beautiful panoramic setting...More

Thank Zzardvark
Reviewed 4 days ago

A few steps away from the Legion of Honor front lawns are some of the most spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge in the city. The permanent collection is lovely and a manageable size. When you enter the building the first thing you see...More

Thank Denise T
Reviewed 4 days ago

The building itself is a replica of the Legion of Honor of Paris, France. It was donated to the city the by the sugar magnate Adolph Spreckles. It sits on a beautiful site overlooking the city and the bay in Lincoln Park

Thank Joyce N
Reviewed 1 week ago

When I am asked for the best sites to visit in San Francisco, this is always my No. 1 recommendation. It is much more than a fine museum, it is a unique and beautiful replica of a French palace, in a spectacular setting in Lincoln...More

1  Thank LouiseWorldTravel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Been there and the staff are so great , everyone want to help and tell you some tips , like when you buy you're ticket it's a two for one because Deyoung museum is inclued in the ticket price

Thank sly1963
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The permeant collection is great. The restored rooms of palatial hotels and palaces are amazing. The real treat is finding the shows. Some of the most amazing art in the world comes to visit. The views of the Golden Gate from the grounds are to...More

Thank norcalgnome
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Went there for an event in the Theatre, but had time to look at an art exhibit of a school that developed in the 18th century in Europe and later to eat in their cafe. The setting is spectacular and it is highly recommended to...More

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Barbara G
10 August 2018|
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Response from Mary K | Reviewed this property |
I would allow the minimum of three to four hours. More for a first visit if you want to see everything at a pleasant pace
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PaulZ1342
19 May 2018|
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Response from Docenta | Reviewed this property |
No, we did not, we went into the museum as well saying we wanted to dine only so we did not purchase any tickets
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Clauhenry
13 March 2018|
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Response from kristineclark | Reviewed this property |
First Tuesday of each month.
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