The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco has launched a super-family-friendly program to help kids get more out of the museum.
Kids under 12 are always free at this museum, and there's plenty for them to do. On Saturdays, there are Kids' Tours of the museum for kids ages 7-10.
Animal Art Cards, borrowed from the front desk, make exploring the museum more compelling to younger children.
Membership has its privileges
Rhino Club is a special kids’ membership inspired by Reina, the museum’s Chinese bronze rhinoceros, with fun benefits.
Rhino Club members receive:
- Explorer’s Backpack filled with activity guides
- Kid’s Passport, which gets stamped each visit
- Quarterly Art Roundups (storytelling in the galleries, followed by crafts and snacks)
- Subscription to the Family E-news, highlighting great family programs at the museum
- Surprise for your birthday
- Chance to earn a Rhino patch for your backpack
- Priority access to Family Fun Days
Member Plus card holders receive
- Unlimited, free admission for four adults and all children under the age of 18
- Two member cards
- Two guest passes
- Free tickets for all special exhibitions (never pay a surcharge!)
- Members-only line for quick and easy entry
- Preview Days and Member Mornings with private exhibition access
- Invites to bimonthly Tour, Talk & Tea
- Free tickets to an annual Opening Party
- Subscription to Asian, the members’ magazine
- 10% discount at the Museum Store (20% during Member Appreciation Days)
- Free multimedia guides
The Asian Art Museum is located at 200 Larkin Street in San Francisco. Reach them with questions at 415.581.3740 or visit the Member Desk in the museum. Be sure to mention 510 Families!