Gorgeous art masterpieces!! A MUST see!!! Huge & in luscious park setting. Rodan's "The Thinker" is out front!! :-)
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We visited the Legion of Honor Museum during the San Francisco portion our California Road trip. We were looking for an indoor activity for a dreary, rainy day. My daughter is interested in antiquities so we chose the Legion of Honor. It was easily accessed...More
The first thing to know is this museum is located in one of the more picturesque regions in San Francisco on sunny days. Surrounded by a golf course and the inlet to San Francisco Bay plus unique visuals of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Legion...More
This beautiful museum is set on top on the park overlooking the bay. Its permanent collection has a broad variety from ancient antiquety to impressionism. The one Rembrandt is good, the many Van Dyck s are great. Three rooms are dedicated to Rodin, a vast...More
Visited the Monet exhibit in July. The exhibit was wonderful with many interesting details and information. A unique experience. The place is also wonderful ... have visited the Bay area many ties , but this was a first one for us. Highly recommend it!
Most people head for the DeYoung Museum, which is awesome, of course, but the Legion of Honor is definitely worth a visit, especially on a sunny morning. The best chance to get a parking spot right in front of the museum is to time your...More
We attended the Legion of Honor on a Friday in September. It was foggy driving in via the Golden Gate, and the cool breezes saved us from the dry Sacramento heat. On the agenda was a showing of Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade....More
In a pleasant setting on a hill not far from the Golden Gate Bridge, the Legion of Honor Art Museum has a comprehensive display of paintings from early Italian to Impressionism. There are some notable gaps, such as Botticelli, and many artists are not represented...More
We drove 1/2 hour from Fisherman's Wharf to this magnificent museum. The views are outstanding. This museum is doable in one day. The "special exhibit" was Degas, but we stuck to their permanent collection, which is outstanding. Rent the audio guide. A beautiful day!!!