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A GLBT historical exhibit, 'Passionate Struggle', traces elements of the community's affinities and differences.
A GLBT historical exhibit, 'Passionate Struggle', traces elements of the community's affinities and differences. It takes you from the bedrooms and back rooms to the bookstores and bars, from Harvey Milk?s victories to transgender sex workers? riots, from social movements to secret fantasies.
657 Mission Street #300, San Francisco, CA, United States
A unique museum dedicated to cartoon art in all its forms
Changing exhibitions showing the history of the state
A museum dedicated to the diaspora of Africans
An interesting venue for local contemporary artists
Dedicated to Jewish history, art, and culture
The Yerba Buena Gardens, above the Moscone Convention Center, provide a nice urban oasis
Opened in 1979, the gallery has shown over 300 exhibits
The only permanent indoor ice skating rink in San Francisco, and perhaps the most beautiful, with floor-to-ceiling windows giving a superb panoramic view of the surrounding area
This is the only folk art museum in Northern California, known for a rich offering of focused and unique exhibitions of traditional and contemporary folk art and craft from around the world
A beautiful carousel dating back to 1906, now fully restored and open for rides