San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art: SF-MOMA

San Francisco's Museum of Modern ArtSF MOMA is one of San Francisco’s newest and coolest art museums.  The building is striking, the café is chic, and even the lobby is beautiful.  A channel of light tumbles from the top of the building, down the middle, and dances on the first floor atrium.  It’s a stunning first impression.

The museum houses more than 23,000 works of art in its 50,000 sq. ft. gallery space. It offers a dynamic schedule of changing exhibits from around the world.

SF-MOMA is currently undergoing an expansion that is scheduled for completion in 2016.  We can’t wait to see what they come up with next!

Here’s a guide to each floor:

First floor:  Non-exhibit0on space and a fantastic place to eat.  Also has an auditorium.

2nd floor:  Atrium, architecture and design, painting and sculpture, visitor education center with a list of programs and activities for kids.

3rd floor: Photography and works on paper.

4th Floor: Special exhibitions terrace, Media arts

5th floor:  Special exhibitions, and rooftop gardens.

This museum forms the nucleus of San Francisco’s reputation as a leading center of modern art.  Created in 1935, it moved into its current building in 1995.

There are some most unusual modern pieces, and if you love art, you must go to SF-MOMA. Try half-price off the $12.50 normal ticket price every Thursday evening 6pm-9pm, or wait for free admission the first Tuesday of every month.  Enjoy!

Writer: Meredith Blevins, featured travel writer for the Authentic Wine Country.  Join her at for wine-country mysteries, classes, and the untamed west.

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