|100 34th Ave. , 34th Avenue & Clement Street(Lincoln Park)|
|Open six days a week|
|Tuesday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m.–5:15 p.m.|
|Exibitions and Collections|
|(Date, i.e. YYYY-MM-DD)|
|Adults $10.00, Seniors 65 and over $7.00|
|Youth 13-17 $6.00, Children 12 and under FREE.|
|First Tuesday of each month FREE|
|(exhibition surcharges, if any, still apply)|
|Muni riders with Fast Pass or transfer receive a $2 discount.|
|FAMSF Members are always FREE.|
The Legion of Honor is a fine art museum that was modeled after the Legion of Honor in Paris. The Legion of Honor is located at an elevated point in Lincoln Park that overlooks the Golden Gate Bridge. Lincoln Park is the West Coast terminus of the Lincoln Highway, which was the first road across America. The terminus marker and plaque are located in the southwest corner of the plaza near the fountain.
You can also find a bronze cast of Rodin's The Thinker.
There is a vast collection of European art as well as various touring exhibits of art. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco manages the collections.
Tickets may be used on the same day for free entrance to the de Young.