Tickets: Limit two adult tickets per reservation. Children 18 and younger always get into SFMOMA free. Due to social distancing requirements, some exhibitions have limited capacity and use a virtual waiting list.
Do you need tickets for SFMOMA?
Admission. Everyone needs a ticket for entry, even members and those 18 and younger, who always get in free. We recommend booking yours online.
How do I visit SFMOMA?
Complimentary tickets for visitors 18 and younger can be booked online in conjunction with a paid or member ticket. We encourage all visitors to reserve tickets online. Tickets are also available onsite. Contact [email protected] or 415.357.
What should I not miss at SFMOMA?
10 Things Not to Miss at the New SFMOMA
Dummy security guard.
Unique colors in the bathrooms.
Seventh floor terrace.
New sculptural staircase.
The controversial wavy facade.
How long do you need at SFMOMA?
You will find it at 151 Third Street in the South of Market District. Plan to spend at least 2 to 3 hours here. If you enjoy admiring each piece longer, your visit could extend out to about 4 to 5 hours. COVID-19 requirements are in place.
Is MOMA still free on Fridays?
FREE FRIDAYS The Museum of Modern Art provides free admission every Friday night from 5:30 pm – 9 pm. Your free ticket gives you access to all the museum galleries and special exhibitions. Film screenings are also free, but you will need a separate ticket.
How long do people stay at SFMoMA?
How long does SFMoMA take. Most visitors spend up to three hours exploring the numerous artworks displayed on the seven floors of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
How long do you need at SFMoMA?
Does SFMOMA check ID?
Proof of employment (work ID, business card, or pay stub) and a photo ID are required for entry. Save up to 38% on admission to your choice of 3 top attractions, including SFMOMA. San Francisco residents with valid Medi-Cal, CalFresh, SNAP, or EBT cards can enter SFMOMA at no cost.
How long do people spend at SFMOMA?
How much is parking at SFMOMA?
The SFMOMA parking garage is open on all days from 7 AM to 11 PM. Parking rates at the garage start from $4 per 30 minutes. You’ll have to pay $26 for up to 10 hours and $35 for 24-hours parking at the on-site SFMOMA parking garage.
Where is the SFMOMA building in San Francisco?
Getting Here. Our expanded building at 151 Third Street is more open than ever, with entrances at Third Street and Howard Street. Located in San Francisco’s bustling SoMA district, SFMOMA is just steps from Yerba Buena Gardens, downtown hotels, the Moscone Center, and public transportation (including BART and Muni).
How old do you have to be to get into SFMOMA?
Tickets are required for all visitors, including those 18 and younger who always enjoy free admission! Please note: Future Histories, Contemporary Optics, and Nam June Paik use waiting lists to manage capacities.
Do you have to wear a mask at SFMOMA?
All guests must wear masks inside the building, and some offerings such as group tours are currently unavailable. Some familiar favorites are now on view, along with poignant new works from Bay Area artists. Check out our current exhibitions for a glimpse at what you’ll see during a visit.