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Legion of Honor Museum, San Francisco

Inside this building, a model of the Palais de la L?gion d'Honneur in Paris, is an incredible collection of mainly European art, with works of the Renaissance, Baroque, and Impressionist periods, with art from some of the fundamental artists of their times, as well as some works from the 20th century from the likes of Picasso.

Inside this building, a model of the Palais de la L?gion d'Honneur in Paris, is an incredible collection of mainly European art, with works of the Renaissance, Baroque, and Impressionist periods, with art from some of the fundamental artists of their times, as well as some works from the 20th century from the likes of Picasso. One of the highlights of the collection is a collection of sculptures by Rodin, including ''The Thinker'' at the front entrance.


Hours

Sun

9:30

17:15

Mon

Closed

Tue

9:30

17:15

Wed

9:30

17:15

Thu

9:30

17:15

Fri

9:30

17:15

Sat

9:30

17:15

About Legion of Honor Museum

 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-750-3600

 legionofhonor.famsf.org

Legion of Honor Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

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