Tips for SFMOMA

151 Third Street San Francisco CA 94103 Between Mission + Howard
Goldstar

18 SFMOMA Tips

Tammy Aramian
Tammy Aramian
51 events
32 reviews
20 stars
5th & Mission Garage is much pricier than it used to be.
Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection
Tammy Aramian
Tammy Aramian
51 events
32 reviews
20 stars
Skip the cafe when visiting solo.
Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection
James Sirianni
James Sirianni
25 events
0 reviews
25 stars
Powell Bart Station is most convenient
Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection
Michele Weitz
135 events
50 reviews
412 stars
Park on the street for free after 6:00
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
Museum cafe food is a bit overpriced but exceptionally good
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
Museum cafe food is a bit overpriced but exceptionally good.
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
Information desk inside on the right is best for purchasing tickets.
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
Recommend planning ahead for taxi service when leaving the exhibit on a weeknight.
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
mtf419
9 events
6 reviews
28 stars
Business casual is most prevalent
Clifford Young
147 events
77 reviews
17 stars
Very nice garden coffee shop area surrounded by museum pieces.
Goldstar Member
2 events
0 reviews
4 stars
Sfmoma parking is the cheaper option around there
Debra_G
Debra_G
28 events
1 review
4 stars
Walk two blocks to the Food Court near Bloomingdale's.
Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection
Debra_G
Debra_G
28 events
1 review
4 stars
Casual and comfortable is best.
Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection
Alexa Vaughn
5 events
5 reviews
1 stars
Don't wait in line outside, go to the first front desk on the right inside.
mariaguzman
4 events
1 review
14 stars
Cafe food is cleverly named--Theibaud cake, anyone?
mariaguzman
4 events
1 review
14 stars
Best to take BART--parking takes some time to find. Paid parking is best option for drivers.
mariaguzman
4 events
1 review
14 stars
Casual is fine but overall it's more business casual

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