San Francisco museum tours
The world premiere retrospective of Oscar de la Renta’s work celebrates the life and career of one of fashion’s most influential designers. Opening on March 12th and ending May 30th, the garment exhibition held at the DeYoung Museum of Art will include more than 130 unique pieces produced over five decades.
From wax celebrities, to albino reptiles, to illegal substances, to war memorabilia, to rare 17th century paintings, there is a museum in the Bay Area sure to wow any visitor. With more than 20 unique museum attractions to choose from in San Francisco, some even considered to be the best in the world, it’s nearly impossible to decide which will be worth it during a short visit. Try one of these five, and you are sure not to leave disappointed.
As anyone who has ever stepped foot in San Francisco can tell you, the city is a treasure trove of cultural delights. You can hardly walk a block without running into a bookstore, café, art gallery, or music venue. From the Beat Generation to LGBT activism, the Bay Area has called itself home to some of the most important and landscape-shifting movements, and this history has imprinted itself on every doorpost and street corner, from Haight-Ashbury to Fisherman’s Wharf.
There is something timeless about magic. It entertains young and old alike. Sure, there will always be someone who wants to explain an illusion or trick. But, even the most worldly of know-it-alls and grumpiest of skeptics will find themselves laughing or even gasping in disbelief, at the Marrakech Magic Theater in San Francisco. It is a unique, up-close magic show that combines illusion and comedy, with a healthy dose of audience participation, to give locals and tourists a memorable experience.