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SFMOMA is one of San Francisco’s must-see destinations, located within walking distance of Union Square. Explore seven floors of extraordinary art, including world-class exhibitions, the largest living wall in the U.S., and breathtaking city views...more
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I love going to the MoMa to view all the exhibits that are always changing and are relevant and fresh. My favorite part is Lunch on Fridays. The Cafe on floor 5 is the best. Great food, lovely staff and the best atmosphere. Being a...More
Being in SF for a convention, it was nice to come to this place I’ve desired to see for 40+ years. As an art student SFMOMA symbolizes the new direction of art. Their collection of Pop art may have been a main reason for attending,...More
I spent hours working my way down from the galleries on the topmost floor to the bottom floor and ran out of time, so my only regret is that I didn't get to see everything. The permanent collection is phenomenal and the way it is...More
While in SF for a few days, we decided to go to the MOMA. The building is beautiful. Special exhibits have their own galleries. I love the way the art is displayed. There is no wall crowding! This means you can enjoy and piece on...More
If you are NOT modern arts fan, or cant understand modern art,
start at floors 1 and 2. There is some interesting stuff there for mere mortals like us.
The audio visual sculpture on immigrants on floor 7 is also very interesting.
On the rest...More
Beautiful building, huge space for displaying artworks. A little underwhelmed by the variety of present collections. Pleased with the SFMOMA App which I used for getting info about some of the artwork displayed.
I have been wanting to visit the MOMA for several years and finally did last week with my best friend who was visiting from out of town. The admission of $25 per person was steep. The building itself is a beautiful experience filled with light,...More