SFMOMA, Asian Art Museum reopen with free admission days

SFMOMA, Asian Art Museum reopen with free admission days

SFMOMA and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco have announced their reopening plans.

After more than a half year of being shuttered due to safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Art Museum and SFMOMA open to the general public on Oct. 3 and 4, respectively.

Both of these museums will do so by offering free admission to guests for extended periods.

Viewers can check out the offerings at SFMOMA free of charge — plus free parking at the museum’s garage on Minna Street — Oct. 4-18. Over at the Asian Art Museum, guests will receive free admission Oct. 3-12.

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