The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco has reopened and is offering free admission through October 12 before returning to regular admission prices. Whether you want to rush over or wait depends upon how much you’ve missed this special space.
Kids under 12 are always free at this museum, however, most family-friendly programming and kids tours are currently on hold. Five exhibitions on two floors.
Asian Art Museum Covid-19 Changes – What’s Open, What’s Not
The museum is open with five exhibitions spread out among two floors. Docent-led kids’ tours and programming are on hold, but you can download free museum tours in their place. The cafe and coat check will also be closed.
Asian Art Museum Covid-19 Safety Protocols, Rules & Restrictions
Guests over age ten are expected to wear a mask at all times. Please watch your physical space from others and other groups. Water fountains are turned off. There will be frequent sanitizing of surfaces. Sitting on benches and riding on elevators will be limited to single groups. And, please, stay home if you are ill.
Plan your visit to The Asian Art Museum
Buy tickets in advance.
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!