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- Address: 100 34th Avenue
- Hours: Tues-Sun, 9:30 am - 5:15 pm
- Admission: Gen Adm $11, Student $8, Child $7
At once both a place of peace and relaxation and a museum housing collections spanning more than 6,000 years of ancient and European Art, the California Palace of the Legion of Honor is a museum that always takes precedence on any visit to San Francisco. Easily identifiable by the classical façade, its grand fountain, and the statue of El Cid in front of the museum, the Legion of Honor is hailed as a great representation of some of the most iconic art of the early Renaissance. In addition, the Legion of Honor houses the Skinner Organ, an organ of such amazing capacity and diversity that its concerts routinely sell out to people who come to hear the colors of a full symphony, echoed by one magnificent instrument.
Located on an elevated site in Lincoln Park, the Legion of Honor is located at 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, and is easily accessible by bus line 18.The Museum is closed on Mondays,