The Legion of Honor is often an overlooked museum in San Francisco because of its somewhat remote location on a hill overlooking the San Francisco Bay and Marin Headlands. Nonetheless, it's a museum that should not be missed, not only because of its beautiful grounds and spectacular views not available in many places in San Francisco, but also its surprisingly extensive Rodin exhibit, permanent collection of paintings and special exhibits. Visit early in the day, since its location does not seem to discourage crowds. Accessible to people with disabilities. Museum shop contains a good selection of books and souvenirs. Parking on site.
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