The Tudors Access Day

Portrait of a man in Tudors exhibition

Hans Holbein the younger, Hermann von Wedigh III (died 1560) (detail), 1532. Oil and gold on oak, 16 5/8 x 12 3/4 in. (42.2 x 32.4 cm), with added strip of 1/2 in. (1.3 cm) at bottom. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Admission is by appointment for people with disabilities and their guests to visit the exhibition The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England at the Legion of Honor museum.

Enjoy reduced crowds, discounted fees, and accessible features, including:

  • Extra Blue Zone spaces close to the museum
  • Parking maps and public transportation information
  • Extra seating inside and outside the exhibition
  • Large print editions of the exhibition labels

About the exhibition

The Legion of Honor is the sole West Coast venue for the first major exhibition of Tudor portraiture, textiles, sculpture, silver, jewelry, and manuscripts in the United States. The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England follows the development of the arts in England from Henry VII’s seizure of the throne in 1485 to the death of his granddaughter Elizabeth I in 1603. Including iconic portraits of England’s most enduring monarchs and lavish works of art in a variety of media, the exhibition traces the evolution of courtly taste in Tudor England, culminating in the distinctly English Elizabethan style.

Ticket info

Please fill out and email this form by Monday, July 24 to make your reservation. We recommend signing up early. Tours fill quickly. Confirmations will be sent out one week prior to the event.


Access programs are supported by Hanson Bridgett.

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