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Mexican Museum

Museums, History Fort Mason Free
4 out of 5 stars
The Mexican Museum
Photograph: Courtesy The Mexican Museum The Mexican Museum

This small but well-curated gallery space houses a permanent collection representing thousands of years of Mexican, Chicano and Latino art and culture. Among their 16,000 objects are colonial wooden altars, works by Mexican masters like Diego Rivera, pre-hispanic pottery and over a thousand paintings, sculpture and ephemera from contemporary Latino artists. On Sundays, the museum hosts family events to stir the creativity of the next generation.

By: Shoshi Parks


Venue name: Mexican Museum
Address: 2 Marina Blvd, Bldg D
San Francisco
Cross street: at Fort Mason Center
Opening hours: Thu-Sun 12pm-4pm
Transport: Bus 22, 28, 30, 30X, 49
Price: Free
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