Free Museum Admission Days in San Francisco

Posted By on March 2, 2018


Many San Francisco museums offer free admission to their facilities at least once a month. During these days, you gain access to each museum’s permanent exhibits. Most of the monthly free admission days are on the first Sunday, Tuesday, or Wednesday of the month.

While some museums offer a free day every month, a handful of them offer free days just four to five times a year. These include the California Academy of Sciences and the Exploratorium.

Date Museums with Free Admission
Sunday, March 4
  • Asian Art Museum
Tuesday, March 6
  • Conservatory of Flowers
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum
  • de Young Museum of Fine Arts
  • Legion of Honor
  • Museum of Craft & Design
  • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Wednesday, March 7
  • GLBT Museum
Tuesday, March 13
  • Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park
Wednesday, March 14
  • Exploratorium (Pi Day)
SF Museum Free Admission Days
Asian Art
First Sunday of every month
(sponsored by Target)
California Academy of Sciences Select Sundays throughout the year
thanks to Pacific Gas & Electric Company
of Flowers
First Tuesday of every month
Jewish Museum
First Tuesday of every month
de Young First Tuesday of every month
Exploratorium Four to five times a year
GLBT First Wednesday of the month
(sponsored by the Bob Ross Foundation)
Legion of
First Tuesday of every month
Museum of Craft
and Design
First Tuesday of every month
SF Botanical
Second Tuesday of every month,
as well as Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,
& New Year’s Day
Yerba Buena
Center for the Arts
First Tuesday of every month




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