Charter a bus to get to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
San Francisco’s been home to some of the world’ most renowned artists, and luckily, many of their works are conveniently located in one spot. Double down on that convenience by chartering a bus to The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and enjoy way more than a day’s worth of food for thought.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is home to an international array of artwork both modern and contemporary that first began in 1935 and was regarded as California’s flagship in art until similar institutions were opened in Los Angeles in the late 1980s. Housing works by great household names both national and international like Matisse, Duchamp, Warhol, and Pollock (the last of which held his first museum show here), the main museum has expanded three times since it first opened with the addition of a design by architect Mario Botta, a rooftop garden, and an expansion designed by Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta.
That last expansion was the museum’s most ambitious, opening in 2016 and growing its space by 235,000 square feet. Over half a million visitors walk through its collections every year.
Why charter a bus for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Centrally located in San Francisco, it can be more than difficult to manage a group visit to say the least. Chartering a bus—minibuses for smaller groups or coach and school buses for larger ones—makes the whole trip a lot more slick when everyone is traveling together. While you’re on your way, a chartered bus can supply wifi as well; that means more time can be spent researching what you’d like to check out at SFMOMA.
While the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s numerous collections provide groups upon groups with plenty to do, there are other attractions in the immediate area as well. For a more relaxing experience, there’s opportunity for lounging in the Yerba Buena Gardens and its memorial for Martin Luther King, Jr. located behind a waterfall.
If museums are of interest to you and your group during your trip around San Francisco, then there are lots of museums close by to choose from: The Museum of the African Diaspora, the Children’s Creativity Museum, the International Art Museum of America—even the Museum of Ice Cream is located nearby. For a truly educational experience, stick to the SFMOMA’s side of the East Cut neighbourhood and enjoy the wealth of information available to you.
San Francisco is a city that proudly celebrates its fast-paced zany culture with an incline for the out-of-ordinary, arts, fine wine, and outdoors activities. Brimming with museums, art galleries, hiking and camping spots, marathon races, vineyards, and breathtaking views of its hills, you’ll never run out of things to do and places to explore in San Francisco.