Legion of Honor
Legion of Honor
Legion of Honor

Legion of Honor Tours and Tickets

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The San Francisco Legion of Honor museum houses a broad collection of ancient and European art. Best known for Auguste Rodin’s statuteThe Thinker in its front courtyard, the Legion, as it is called by locals, is equally impressive for the jaw-dropping views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Pacific Ocean visible from nearly every window.

  • 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, California, 94121

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Shackell_B, Nov 2023
A must see!! Beautiful museum
Beautiful museum. Great architecture! We didn’t get to see everything but we Will definitely visit again!
Sandra_M, Aug 2023
Fabulous!
I am a native San Franciscan and have visited The Legion of Honour since I was in a stroller! At 74 years young, I’m still in awe of this wonderful magical place, where time stands still for me with overflowing memories.
Ruth_D, Mar 2023
Legion Visit
We went for the John Singer Sargent exhibit and enjoyed that very much. But, I still LOVE the resident exhibits at the Legion. Always comforting to see Bouguereau’s The Broken Pitcher and Makovsky’s, Russian Bride…
DougandLynn_P, Dec 2022
Like this museum
First visit for my wife and the collections did impress her. I noticed the changes since my last visit in the 1980s
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Legion of Honor tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Legion of Honor can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Legion of Honor 2024?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Legion of Honor costs USD 20.00. Guided Legion of Honor tours start around USD 20.00 per person.
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Q:How long does it take to visit Legion of Honor?
A:Most visitors spend 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours at the Legion of Honor. The museum exhibits cover many periods, including baroque and impressionism, and you'll find antiquities, illustrated books, and porcelain. Same-day admission to the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park is included in the ticket.
Q:What days is the Legion of Honor open?
A:The Legion of Honor is open Tuesday–Sunday from 9:30am–5:15pm. There are some holiday closures: The museum shuts down for Christmas and Thanksgiving. Starting 45 minutes before closing time each day, access to the museum’s permanent collections is free—stop by then for a quick shot of fine art.
Q:What does the Legion of Honor have in its collection?
A:The Legion of Honor has a remarkable collection of artwork that spans centuries and continents. Notable holdings include The Thinker, a sculpture by Auguste Rodin; Caneletto’s oil painting of the Santa Maria della Salute church in Venice; and a gilded Louis XVI salon.
Q:How much does Legion of Honor cost?
A:Ticket prices vary at the Legion of Honor. General-admission tickets are around US$20, while seniors and students with valid identification enjoy discounted rates. Youth and children aged 17 and younger get in free at the Legion of Honor. All tickets include same-day admission to the de Young Museum.
Q:Is parking free at the Legion of Honor?
A:Yes, parking is free at the Legion of Honor: Free parking lots are located in front of the building and on the building’s north side. Bike racks are located on Legion of Honor Drive, facing the main museum entrance. If you’re coming by MUNI, save your ticket for discounted admission.
Q:Can you take pictures at the Legion of Honor?
A:Yes, you can take pictures at the Legion of Honor. Personal photography using smartphones and small handheld cameras is allowed in open areas and permanent galleries unless otherwise noted. Selfie sticks, tripods, flash, and big cameras are banned. In the outdoor Court of Honor, personal and professional photography are allowed.