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Few art museums can lay claim to such an imposing title as the Legion of Honor. Since Armistice Day, November 11th of 1924, the Legion of Honor has acted as one of the primary fine art museums within the Bay Area. Modeled off of the French Pavilion that was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the museum was supposed to open its doors to the public much sooner, but the First World War delayed this event for several years. When the end of the war brought the beginning of the museum, San Francisco dedicated the building to the soldiers who had perished in the ghastly conflict.
In a city such as ours, known for its fog, its grey sky, and its frequent bursts of rain, visitors and residents alike can sometimes find their daily plans challenged. What to do if an afternoon at Golden Gate Park or walking around Fisherman’s Wharf becomes soaked with a chilly drizzle of rain? Fortunately, San Francisco is not only well-known for its outdoor activities and sights. In fact, some of the most entertaining and renowned museums in the country exist in our city, just waiting for you to decide to forgo the outdoors in favor of a more climate-controlled environment!