Museum Of The African Diaspora36 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 685 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4153587200
- Ticket Price: 10 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Architecture
The migration of the African peoples have had an incredibly important affect on history, now just now, but from when humanity first wandered out of the African Savannahs. This fantastic museum explores the far reaching influence of these ancient and modern travels. Beautifully integrated architecture, exhibit design and related artefacts lead to visitors faced with a powerful question: ‘When did you first realise you were African?’ For its true that we all share a common African heritage.
The museum regular schedules special exhibits. Check out the attraction website for details.
Museum Of The African Diaspora Travel Tips
- You can download the museum app online.
- Fully wheelchair accessible.
Entrance Ticket Details For Museum Of The African Diaspora
- Seniors (65 and over): $5
- Adults: $10
- Students (full-time with current ID): $5
- Children (12 and under): Free
How to Reach Museum Of The African Diaspora
- Street car Line F stop Market St & 3rd St
- Buses K-Owl, L-Owl, stop Market St & 3rd St
- Buses 5, 5R, 6, 7, 9, 21, 30, 31, 38, 45, 800, 822 stop Market St & 3rd St
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Museum Of The African Diaspora Reviews & Ratings
I went here when I was getting my BA degree in Creative Arts from SJSU. I remember being impressed. An interesting place.
It's a beautiful museum right around the corner from the Museum of Moderm Art. It's a bit small. The first floor is mostly a gift shop. The exhibits are on the second and third floors. To their credit the collection of art was stunning. I appreciate that they took care to collect art from the different places where the diaspora had gone - it gave the museum a global feel.
It's a really great museum with a good focus on bringing new artists to the scene. Plus the staff are really nice! The layout of the building is well organized and the exhibits are accessible. Definitely recommended as a must see if you're visiting San Fran.
This place was interesting. The people working there seemed nice and smiled often. The "art" itself was kind of hit and miss. Some of them I really loved and some seemed sorta pointless. Now I get that art is highly subjective and I likely wouldn't like all of the art at any place, but some things really just felt like nothing. Also there was an augmented reality section outside on the second floor, but it didn't work. So all in all I liked it but didn't love it.
I like the shows. They are one of the good places that shows African and African American arts