Address & Hours
Market & Powell
Cable Cars: approx. 6am-1am
Streetcars (F line): approx. 5am-1am
Most other Muni routes follow similar hours; some operate 24 hours.
Muni operates 365 days a year; see details.
Golden Gate Park
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
West of the marina at Beach Street and the Embarcadero, 2 blocks east of Fisherman's Wharf
Bay Cruise Adventure is available 7 days a week; first boat departs at 10am.
Departure times vary by day and season, and special holiday hours apply; see details.
No service on Christmas Day.
Summer (May 25-Sep 2): Open daily, 9am-8pm
Winter: Mon-Thu, 10am-6pm; Fri-Sun, 10am-7pm
Closed Christmas Day
886 Cannery Row
Follow signs to public parking
Hours vary by season; see details.
Closed Christmas Day.
Open Thursday evenings 6pm-10pm for ages 18+ only; cash bar.
Special Monday holiday hours may apply; see website for details.
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
de Young Museum
At intersection with JFK Drive
Last entrance at 4:30pm
Extended hours Fridays until 8:45pm (late March-late November).
Special holiday hours apply; see details.
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Legion of Honor
At intersection with Clement Street
Last entrance at 4:30pm
Special holiday hours apply; see details.
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Show your CityPASS booklet to enjoy unlimited transportation on all Muni trolleys, buses and historic cable cars for seven consecutive days, beginning day of first CityPASS use. Without CityPASS, a single, one-way cable car ride costs $6 (Muni bus: $2). Does not include BART.
General admission to all exhibits including the aquarium, rainforest, planetarium, natural history museum, and living roof.
Choose between a one-hour narrated Bay Cruise Adventure that tours you under the majestic Golden Gate Bridge, around Alcatraz Island, and past Angel Island, offering sensational skyline views, or a ride on RocketBoat, the fastest and most thrilling ride on the Bay.
General admission to the only aquarium dedicated to the animals native to the San Francisco Bay. Includes underwater glass tunnels and touch pools.
General admission to one of the world's finest aquariums, including nearly 200 galleries and exhibits.
General admission to join this museum’s ongoing exploration of science, art, and human perception. Please note: In the event that demand exceeds capacity, admittance is not guaranteed.
General admission to both de Young + Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museums, if visited on the same day, and access to de Young’s Hamon Tower Observatory.
- See the whole city and access all the San Francisco CityPASS attractions using Muni.
- A diverse fleet of historic streetcars ,world famous cable cars, modern light rail vehicles, diesel buses, alternative fuel vehicles, and electric trolley coaches will transport you throughout the entire city.
- Watch the gripmen in action as they navigate the city streets.
- Steinhart Aquarium hosts 38,000 live animals from around the world.
- A symphony of croaking frogs and chirping birds await you inside a living 4-story rainforest.
- CityPASS includes a planetarium show on the largest all-digital dome in the world.
- Animal Attraction explores the wildest animal courtship and mating strategies.
- Human Odyssey interactively documents the evolution of Homo sapiens and features skull casts of three early human species, as well as a full-scale reproduction of the famous Lucy skeleton.
- Lazy PIER 39 sea lions welcome you to shore with their boisterous barking.
- Sail under the majestic Golden Gate Bridge.
- Enjoy unobstructed views of the San Francisco skyline and the beautiful hills of Marin County.
- Move about the boat; there's indoor and outdoor seating.
- Expert narration describes landmarks as you sail by them.
- Discover the Bay features distinctive ecosystems that support an incredibly wide variety of marine life.
- Stroll through 300 feet of crystal clear tunnels for a scuba diver's view or over 20,000 marine animals from San Francisco Bay and nearby waters.
- Walk through the Near Shore exhibit tunnel to catch a view of a giant Pacific octopus — one of the smartest marine animals in San Francisco Bay.
- The magic of San Francisco Bay is literally at your finger tips in Touch the Bay, featuring touch pools with sharks, rays and sea stars, and the interactive Bay Lab station.
- Take advantage of animal feedings, movies and presentations by the Aquarium’s interpretive naturalists to enhance your visit.
- The sea otters are back! These playful icons of California’s shoreline and the Aquarium’s most popular residents are still exploring their newly renovated two-story exhibit.
- See The Jellies Experience, a far-out world where jellies dance, glow, bloom and sting. You’ll be amazed by the grace, beauty and stunning variety of these remarkable drifters.
- Discover a towering underwater forest — at 28 feet, the Kelp Forest is one of the tallest aquarium exhibits in the world. You’ll get a diver’s-eye view of sardines, leopard sharks, wolf-eels and a host of other fishes as they weave through swaying fronds of kelp.
- Watch as diverse ocean creatures such as hammerhead sharks, sea turtles, tunas, huge schools of sardines, ocean sunfish and other open-water dwellers swim past the 90-foot long window of the Aquarium’s largest exhibit, the million-gallon Open Sea.
- Dine at Cannery Row’s newest eatery, Cindy’s Waterfront. The Aquarium’s just-open dining experience overlooks the bay and offers the sustainable, farm-to-table cuisine of noted Napa Chef Cindy Pawlcyn.
- Receive a 100% Recycled Tote FREE with the purchase of $25 or more in the gift and bookstores; see coupon in booklet.
- Explore the environment with artworks, installations, and exhibits in the Outdoor Gallery.
- Find out how we interpret our surroundings and interact with one another in the West Gallery.
- Experiment with the sights, sounds, and experiences of perception in the Central Gallery.
- Examine life at different scales—from tiny microbes to the interconnected ecosystems of the bay—in the East Gallery.
- Enjoy breathtaking views of city and bay as you investigate the environment in the site’s one new building—the spectacular glass-and-steel Bay Observatory.
- Explore more than 500 hands-on exhibits, including 150 new experiences created by our artists and scientists—25% more than at our Palace of Fine Arts location.
- Watch as exhibits are being created in the open-to-view Machine Shop.
- Get hands-on with open tinkering, building, and making activities in our expanded Tinkering Studio.
- Visit two world-class art museums — both are included with CityPASS.
- de Young integrates art, architecture and the natural landscape in one multi-faceted destination.
- Legion of Honor boasts 4,000 years of ancient and European art including an original Rodin The Thinker.
- de Young's Hamon Tower rises 144 ft. to provide magnificent panoramic views.
Please read each attraction's instructions on how and where to present your CityPASS booklet. Some attractions may exchange your CityPASS ticket for one of their own.
Present validated CityPASS booklet to the driver on any Municipal Railway passenger vehicle. Exchange voucher for a CityPASS booklet at any included attraction prior to using MUNI. Your voucher is not redeemable or accepted for use aboard MUNI vehicles or at Cable Car Kiosks. Please plan ahead; if arriving after normal attraction hours with a voucher, you'll have to wait until morning to exchange it for a CityPASS booklet to use to board the cable cars.
Present CityPASS booklet at the regular admission gate to skip the main ticket line. Exchange voucher for a CityPASS booklet at the main ticket office, then proceed to the regular admission line.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the PIER 39 box office ticket window to exchange for a boarding pass.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at main entrance.
Present booklet at main ticketing area. Present voucher at Main Entrance and staff will direct you to an exchange location.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the Ticketing Desk.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the general admissions desk at either the de Young Museum or Legion of Honor.
Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS
Open through January 31, 2017
Don’t miss Earthquake, a major new exhibit and planetarium show exploring the seismic science that has shaped Earth’s evolution and continues to impact our lives today.
The Changing Face of What Is Normal: Mental Health
Open through August 31, 2014
Does what is normal change with time? How do we define, categorize, and treat those we decide are not normal? What’s normal can depend on when you were born, where you live, or the language you speak. Normal can be a highly personal concept—and almost everyone, from certain perspectives, can be seen as normal . . . or abnormal. The Changing Face of What Is Normal: Mental Health is the first major temporary exhibition in the Exploratorium’s new West Gallery, which focuses on human thought, behavior, and social interaction. The exhibition’s collection of artworks and artifacts explore the notion that normality is a subjective, dynamic, socially driven idea. The exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to reflect on the idea of normal. Its artwork and artifacts highlight several key elements in our societal discussion of mental illness.
Legion of Honor
Matisse from SFMOMA
Open through September 7, 2014
Celebrating the Bay Area’s long-standing enthusiasm for Henri Matisse, Matisse from SFMOMA traces four decades of the artist’s career—from his early, Cézanne-inspired still lifes to his richly patterned and brightly colored figural paintings made in the 1920s and 1930s. This intimate exhibition features 23 paintings, drawings, and bronzes from the internationally acclaimed collection of works by Matisse at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), joined by two paintings and two drawings from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s own important Matisse holdings.
Upgrades for CityPASS Holders
Candlestick Ballpark Express: An additional $8 per person by showing validated CityPASS when boarding. Cash only; exact amount required.
Premium Tour: Available to CityPASS holders on day of visit for an additional upgrade cost (subject to availability).
NightLife: Every Thursday night, music, creatures and cocktails come together for NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences. Each week features a live band or DJ, and a unique theme – from salsa dancing to sustainable seafood and beyond. For ages 21+. Cost: $12.
Escape from the Rock Cruise: 1-1/2 hour bay cruise circles Alcatraz; with narration and special effects. Cost for CityPASS holders: $5.
Behind-the-Scenes Tour: Cost for CityPASS holders: $10.
Add an Adventure or Tour: Visit the Membership and Tours desk for all available tours and adventures; see details.
Tactile Dome: Call (415) 528-4362 for reservations or purchase a ticket upon arrival at the Buy Ticket line. Cost for CityPASS holders: $15.The Dome is not recommended for persons with neck, back, or knee injuries; claustrophobia; fear of the dark; or women in their last trimester of pregnancy. Youth must be at least 7 years old to participate. The Dome is an active experience so dress accordingly.
de Young Museum
Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George: From 1918 until the early 1930s, Georgia O’Keeffe retreated annually to Alfred Stieglitz’s family estate on Lake George in upstate New York, where she reveled in the discovery of new subject matter and found respite in the rural setting without the distractions of city life. O’Keeffe’s experiences there inspired one of the most transformative and productive periods of her career, energizing the development of her signature modernist style. From magnified botanical compositions to panoramic landscapes, the works in this exhibition offer a deeper understanding of the spirit of place that was essential to O'Keeffe's artistic evolution.
CityPASS holders receive up to 50% off special exhibition tickets for Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George. Tickets are timed-entry, valid for one (1) admission, and not for resale. Discount cannot be combined with other offers or previously purchased tickets. Prices and hours subject to change.
On view from February 15–May 11, 2014. For ticket information and more details click here.
Legion of Honor
Intimate Impressionism: Rediscover the avant-garde artists of 19th-century France with a selection of highly personal Impressionist and Post-Impressionist still lifes, portraits, and landscapes. These intimately scaled paintings invite close scrutiny and reward the viewer with their charm and fluency. Masters in the innovation of color, brushwork, and composition, artists such as Manet, Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, Morisot, Degas, Pissarro, and Van Gogh celebrated fleeting moments and favorite places with their luminous, brightly colored images of their immediate environments.
CityPASS holders receive up to 50% off special exhibition tickets for Intimate Impressionism. Tickets are timed-entry, valid for one (1) admission, and not for resale. Discount cannot be combined with other offers or previously purchased tickets. Prices and hours subject to change.
On view from March 29-August 3, 2014. For ticket information and more details, click here.
Advice for Visitors
During high travel seasons such as holidays and summer, entry lines can be longer than usual. Please keep this in mind when planning your visits to the attractions.
- Avoid the long line at the Cable Car Turn-Around by boarding at stops at least four blocks above the turnaround.
- The cable car on California Street is least crowded and easiest to board.
- Dial 311 — or (415) 701-2311 if outside SF — for access to 24/7 visitor service information.
- Vouchers must be exchanged for a booklet prior to riding the cable cars. Please plan ahead; if arriving after normal attraction hours with a voucher, you'll have to wait until morning to exchange it for a CityPASS booklet.
- SFMTA Customer Service Center: 11 S. Van Ness Avenue at Market.
- Weekdays are less crowded than weekends.
- Upon arrival, stop first at the Planetarium entrance kiosk to secure a show time.
- The Academy is free to everyone on selected Sundays throughout the year: June 2, 2013; September 29, 2013; and December 8, 2013. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, and early arrival is recommended due to the likelihood of high demand.
- The free Academy Insider iPhone App is a great way to enhance and plan for your visit; details and download.
- Get 15% off at the Academy Store; see coupon in booklet for details.
- Morning and late afternoon cruises are least-crowded.
- See the world famous PIER 39 sea lions seasonally on K-Dock.
- It can be windy and cool on San Francisco Bay; bring a jacket with a hood.
- Kids (5-11) receive one complimentary pair of 5x magnification Blue & Gold Fleet souvenir binoculars when you upgrade to the Escape from the Rock Cruise.
- Get a FREE color-changing Blue & Gold Fleet tote bag with any purchase at Del Sol, located on PIER 39; see coupon in booklet.
- Mornings are the least-crowded.
- Visit the Events Calendar prior to your visit to learn special presentation and feeding times on your travel dates.
- Aquarium of the Bay does not validate parking at the PIER 39 Garage, but many PIER 39 restaurants do.
- See the world-famous sea lions seasonally at PIER 39's K-Dock.
- Make a day of it; your aquarium ticket provides return privileges throughout the day. Come in the morning, leave for a waterfront stroll, then return for bat ray or shark feeding time.
- Less-visited times are in the fall and winter months other than during holidays. At other times of the year, you'll find fewer visitors between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. During the peak summer months, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the best days to visit.
- Wireless internet is available at the Aquarium free of charge. For more information, visit the information desk.
- The Otter Spotter Station is subject to weather and other factors; check with a staff member when you arrive to learn out about the different opportunities available on the day of your visit.
- Get the most out of your visit with the Aquarium's free iPhone app. Learn about the animals and exhibits, see the schedule of programs and feeding shows, and share professional photos of animals and exhibits with your family and friends; see details.
- Lines tend to be shorter on weekday afternoons and Wednesday evenings.
- Get hands-on and make something in the Tinkering Studio.
- Adults (18+) don't miss Exploratorium After Dark, an evening series that mixes cocktails (cash bar) and conversation with innovative science and art events; first Thursday of each month, 6-10pm.
- Each month a different Bay Area artist transforms the Kimball Education Gallery into a working art studio. Meet the artists Wed-Sun, 1pm-5pm for free; no reservations necessary.
- Families enjoy viewing and doing art with numerous children’s programs; see details.
- Friday Nights at the de Young, an evening series in its 9th season, offers live music, hands-on art, tours, artist demonstrations, and food and cocktails for purchase; Fridays starting March 29, 2013, 5pm-8:45pm. See details.
- Get 10% off a purchase of $50 or more onsite at either the de Young or Legion of Honor Museum Stores; see coupon in booklet for details.
Accessibility: Streetcars and Muni busses are 100% wheelchair accessible.
Historic Cable Cars are not wheelchair accessible. Some folding chairs or mobility devices may be accommodated; step climbing is required to board.
Parking: Music Concourse Parking Facility; includes 15 wheelchair-accessible spots.
Dining: Academy Café, The Moss Room
Accessibility: Wheelchairs and assistive listening devices upon request. Audio tours available for blind or partially sighted visitors. Service animals allowed.
Gift Shop: Academy Store, Lab Jr.
Coat Check: In front lobby
Parking: PIER 39 garage
Dining: Full service snack bar
Accessibility: All boats are wheelchair accessible on the first deck, except RocketBoat.
Parking: The PIER 39 Garage is open 24/7.
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible.
Gift Shop: 2 retail stores
Parking: There are several pay parking garages nearby, as well as limited metered parking on surrounding streets; see details.
Dining: Cindy’s Waterfront is Cannery Row's newest eatery, with views of the bay and the sustainable, farm-to-table cuisine of noted Napa Chef Cindy Pawlcyn.
Accessibility: All areas are accessible by the lift or elevators throughout the facility. Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at the information desk inside the main entrance. See more.
Gift Shop: There are four different gift and bookstores within the aquarium; see details.
Photography: Photography for personal use only is permitted. Look for signs restricting flash photography as it can harm some animals.
Strollers: Strollers are permitted throughout the Aquarium, except in the aviary and on the mezzanine of the sea otter exhibit.
Parking: Nearby parking lot.
Dining: The SEAGLASS Restaurant (located in the Bay Observatory); Seismic Joint Café (a grab-and-go café along the Embarcadero)
Accessibility: Exhibition spaces, store, café, and all public restrooms wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs available for no charge. Service animals welcome.
Self-Guide: Become part of the experiment with Sound Uncovered and Color Uncovered, two interactive books from the Exploratorium, available for free from the iTunes App Store.
Gift Shop: Exploratorium Store
Accessibility: Both museums are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs available at the Information desks. Free audio tours for blind visitors; printed scripts provided upon request. Assistive listening devices for Docent Tours available by appointment. Sign-language interpretation provided with two weeks' notice; see details.
Self-Guide: Audio tours available at de Young and Legion ($7).
Coat Check: Please check metal-framed backpacks, oversized packs and bags, long umbrellas, rollerblades and skateboards, baby-carrier backpacks (unless convertible to the front) and oversized or jogging strollers.
de Young Museum
Parking: Music Concourse Garage; Rates & Hours
Dining: de Young Café
Gift Shop: de Young Museum Store, Special Exhibition Stores
Legion of Honor
Parking: Parking is available in front of the museum, on Legion of Honor Drive, and on El Camino del Mar.
Dining: Legion of Honor Café
Gift Shop: Legion of Honor Store
MUNI Cable Cars, Street Cars, buses and underground trains: Access the entire downtown San Francisco area; see route maps & schedules.
MUNI Bus lines: The 44 bus line stops in front. Line 5 stops adjacent to the park.
N-Judah Streetcar: Stops at 9th Avenue, a five-minute walk to the Academy.
Muni: Lines F and 39 stop at Pier 39. Lines 8x, 8bx, and 47 stop two blocks away.
MUNI Bus Routes: 15, 10, 47; bus lines go within a block of PIER 39.
Muni: The F line, 8x, 39 bus lines go within a block of PIER 39. The line 47 stops two blocks away.
Driving Directions: Monterey is approximately 125 miles (208 km) south of San Francisco. From San Francisco, take US-101 S to exit 336 (CA-156 W) toward Monterey Peninsula. Merge onto CA-1 S. Take exit 402B to merge onto Del Monte Ave toward Pacific Grove. Continue through tunnel onto Lighthouse Ave. Stay right onto Foam St. Park at city garage (Foam and Prescott) or continue and turn right onto David Ave. Monterey Bay Aquarium will be straight ahead.
MUNI: Take the F streetcar line to the Embarcadero & Green St. stop.
de Young Museum
MUNI Bus lines: 44 stops in front of the Academy; 5 & 21 stop just 2 blocks outside the park.
N-Judah Streetcar: stops at 9th Avenue, 4 blocks from Golden Gate Park
Legion of Honor
MUNI Bus Routes: From downtown SF to the Legion take the 38 Geary bus to 33rd Avenue and transfer to the 18 bus.
Unscheduled group visits may create a delay in entry. For your convenience, here is list of attractions with specific group requirements. We strongly recommend that you contact them prior to your visit based on the group sizes indicated below. Please feel welcome to also contact attractions not listed here to ensure a smooth entry.
Groups of 10 or more: Call (415) 379-5211.
Groups of 10 or more: Call (415) 528-4444.
Groups of 10 or more: Call (415) 750-3620.
San Francisco Public Transportation — Municipal Railway (MUNI)
A Muni & Cable Car 7-day Passport is included with San Francisco CityPASS.
The Muni passport entitles bearer to ride ALL Municipal Railway transportation within the city limits for 7 consecutive days from the date validated on the CityPASS booklet cover. The CityPASS Muni passport is valid on all Muni vehicles including Cable Cars. CityPASS holders may use the Candlestick BallPark Express for $8 surcharge.
A single one way ride on a Cable Car costs $6 (Muni bus: $2). The 1-day Muni passport costs $14 (3-day: $21 and 7-day: $27). Does not include BART.
How to get to each CityPASS attraction using Muni is listed on each attraction page on our website and also on the back of each CityPASS attraction ticket.
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