The San Francisco de Young Museum is hosting all sorts of shenanigans Friday nights between now and November. The de Young Museum is one of our favorite SF art museums (along with SFMoMa and the Asian Art Museum). It sits in the center of Golden Gate Park (we’re about to move a few blocks away!) and their outdoor sculpture garden is a prime place to enjoy a glass of rosé at sunset.
The de Young has an observation tower with views of the entire city and entrance to the tower is free, no admission fee necessary. Also, conveniently located right next door is the Japanese Tea Garden, one of our preferred places to recharge in the city.
We’ll keep you posted on de Young’s upcoming events. In the meantime, enjoy some dancing and live music at de Young’s Friday night events.
Above photos from Blaine exploring James Turrell’s Three Gems, a permanent exhibit at the San Francisco de Young Museum.