COVID-19 guidelines. Museums are closed on Mondays. Note: access to the de Young may be impacted on 2/5 due to the Kaiser Permanente half marathon.
Open Tuesday – Sunday
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
The Harald Wagner collection of Teotihuacan murals is the largest and most important outside of Mexico.
A site-specific work inspired by California’s unique topography.
A skyspace with lighting that alters your perception of the sky’s color.
Our magnificent pipe organ resonates through the Legion of Honor weekly during free Saturday concerts.
A full bronze cast of Rodin’s best known monumental work.
A large, leather-bound volume inscribed with the names of Californians who died in World War I.
Discover where Monet’s Water Lilies and other masterpieces of European painting have been since you saw them last, and collect some interesting facts to share with a friend the next time you visit the museum.
Let’s look for still lifes as they exist in our homes.
By Raphael Noz, senior teaching artist
By Arielle Hambrecht
The de Young is one of the safest places to be during an earthquake.
The Objects Conservation Department worked with outdoor sculpture contractors to conserve the Louise Nevelson sculpture Ocean Gate in 2011.