Monthly Archives: November 2017

San Francisco’s Must-See Museums

San Francisco's Must-See Museums San Francisco is one of the most culturally, educationally, and historically vibrant destinations on the west coast, this bayside city chock-full of unique and insightful museums perfect for student groups. From top-notch science research and education centers to culturally enlightening community centers, this selection of San Francisco museums will be sure…
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Museum of the African Diaspora

Museum of the African Diaspora [caption id="attachment_25042" align="alignright" width="425"] MoAD[/caption] Definition of Diaspora - The dispersion of any peoples from their original homeland. The Museum of the African Diaspora, or MoAD, is San Francisco's very own 'thriving fine arts institution dedicated to building a community that inspires, educates, and connects people of all ages and…
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The Beat Museum

The Beat Museum [caption id="attachment_25036" align="alignright" width="425"] The Beat Museum Shubert Ciencia[/caption] First established in 2003 and located in the popular North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, The Beat Museum is one of the most notable local cultural institutions in the area. This museum holds memorabilia, letters, and various pop culture artifacts that represent the…
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Coit Tower

Coit Tower [caption id="attachment_25030" align="alignright" width="425"] Coit Tower San Francisco Skyline[/caption] Welcome to one of the most iconic members of the San Francisco skyline, Coit Tower, or more formally known as the Lillian Coit Memorial Tower. This 210-foot white concrete column is located within the Telegraph Hill neighborhood, a true 'emblem of San Francisco'. First built in…
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Musée Mécanique

Musée Mécanique [caption id="attachment_25022" align="alignright" width="425"] Musee Mecanique San Francisco[/caption] Welcome to one of the world's largest privately owned collections of 'coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines in original working condition', the Musee Mecanique. This is one of San Francisco's most highly visited blast-from-the-past locations, the bustling old-school storefront located in the heart…
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Children’s Creativity Museum

Children's Creativity Museum San Francisco's Children's Creativity Museum is our top educational attraction choice for students ages 2-12, this museum allowing this age group to explore innovative art and technology experiences perfect for their skill level. The Creativity Museums helps nurture creativity and collaboration by allowing students to participate in various hands-on activities such as making music…
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National Museum of African American History and Culture

[caption id="attachment_24988" align="alignright" width="425"] National Museum of African American History Photo Credit Ron Cogswell[/caption] National Museum of African American History and Culture This Museum will tell the American story through the lens of African American history and culture. This is America’s Story and this museum is for all Americans. LONNIE G. BUNCH, IIIFounding Director, NMAAHC…
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de Young

de Young [caption id="attachment_24954" align="alignright" width="425"] Mark James Miller de Young[/caption] Welcome to the de Young, a fine arts institution located in the heart of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Founded by the then-popular newspaperman MH de Young in 1985, this dramatic copper facade holds a diverse collection of art from all over the world…
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Red and White Fleet Cruises

Red and White Fleet Cruises See the Bay in a whole new way... Get ready for one of the most exciting ways to see the city with a Red and White Fleet Bay Cruise, a highly popular tour experience providing the best views of the city skyline, Alcatraz, and both the Golden Gate and Bay…
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