The San Francisco Bay Area is home to a diversity of acclaimed museums that attributes priceless treasures from all over the world.
It discovers the wealthy collection from the oldest masterpieces, fine arts and antiquities, works by modern masters, international cultural artifacts to cutting edge and emerging artists, and hands-on technology exhibits for families at the many world’s prominent museums and galleries in the Bay Area. Tourists can happily spend their vacation here and leave with beautiful memories.
Asian Art Museum:
This article is a great meal for those who are interested in learning more about the art and culture of the world’s largest continent. When you are in town, you must check out the Asian Art Museum.
It is with more than 2,500 treasures on display from all corners of Asia, exhibitions, complimentary audio tours in languages like English, Spanish, French, Mandarin and Cantonese, delicious pan-Asian fare at Cafe Asia, and a store well thought-out to be one of the best museum stores on the West Coast, you can be sure of having a memorable experience. It resides at 200 Larkin Street, Civic Center, San Francisco. It is kept open from Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm; Thursdays until 9pm. The contact number is 415-581-3500
Berkeley Art Museum:
The museum’s collection contains historical and contemporary Asian art, early American painting, mid-twentieth-century, Conceptual, and contemporary international art and California and Bay Area art. The highlights of Berkeley Art museum include important works by Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Albert Bierstadt, Paul Gauguin, Helen Frankenthaler, Jay deFeo, Joan Brown, Jonathan Borofsky, and Shirin Neshat.
It is located at University of California at Berkeley, 2621 Durant Avenue, Between College and Telegraph, Berkeley, CA 94720. It is opened from Wednesday-Sunday 11am-5pm. You contact with the telephone number 510-642-0808. It is one place where all people on vacations go to without fail.
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University:
Cantor Art Centre at Stanford University consists of 24 galleries plus sculpture gardens, terraces, and courtyard. The Center’s various collections cross 4000 years and the world’s cultures and it has some 25,000 objects that include the largest collection of Rodin bronzes outside Paris. Nearly 100 contemporary sculptures sited outdoors throughout campus.
It presents a wide range of important changing exhibitions, docent tours, lectures, gallery talks, symposia, and classes. The admission is free of cost. It is situated at Lomita Drive and Museum Way, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. The visitors can visit from Wednesday-Sunday 11am-5pm; Thursday until 8pm. Phone number to contact is 650-723-4177.