Welcome to SFMOMA! Plan an unforgettable visit with friends and family to one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the United States, and discover work by artists from around the world, including Frida Kahlo, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol, and Julie Mehretu. Stroll through our outdoor sculpture garden, experience our thirty-foot living wall, refuel in one of three energizing eateries, and take in incredible views — all right in the heart of the city.
Everyone needs a ticket for entry, even members and those 18 and under — who always get in free.
|Member||Free (Not a member? Join now.)|
|Senior (65 years and older)||$22|
|Age 19–24 with ID||$19|
|Age 18 and under||Free|
|San Francisco CityPASS*||Save up to 45%|
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Prices may vary for special exhibitions.
Tickets for visitors 18 and younger can be booked online in conjunction with a paid or Member ticket, or in person at SFMOMA for same-day use.
Free admission for visitors 18 and younger is made possible by significant support from Arthur Rock and Toni Rembe Rock. Major support is provided by Maryellie and Rupert Johnson. Generous support is provided by Irwin and Concepción Federman, Patricia W. Fitzpatrick, Harriet Heyman and Sir Michael Moritz, Franklin and Catherine Johnson, and the Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund.
*Admission to surcharged special exhibitions is not included with CityPASS, but may be purchased onsite.
Open Friday through Tuesday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Thursday 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Open until 9 p.m. on Saturdays, May 25 through September 2.
SFMOMA is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Our expanded building at 151 Third Street is more open than ever, with entrances at Third Street and Howard Street. Located in San Francisco’s bustling SoMA district, SFMOMA is just steps from Yerba Buena Gardens, downtown hotels, the Moscone Center, and public transportation (including BART and Muni).
Coming by car? SFMOMA’s garage on Minna Street is a few steps from the museum’s main entrance on Third Street. Plus, parking on-site directly supports the museum, which means more great art for you!
Limited bicycle parking is also available.