Neighborhood Free Weekends! San Francisco residents enjoy free admission on select weekends each year, according to ZIP code. See below for upcoming Neighborhood Free Weekend dates.
As long as you have a driver’s license or other proof of residency, you can save $35.95 and visit the museum for free.Read the full rules.
Rules: Each visiting adult must show a valid photo ID with proof of residency (you may not bring out of town guests for free; they still have to pay).
Visiting adults are limited to six children for free entry.
Free admission is available for San Francisco residents of each zip code during the designated dates listed below. Visiting adults may bring up to six children for free entry. Proof of residency is required.*
Next Free Weekend: January 24, 25, 26 Neighborhoods: Alamo Square, Cole Valley, Cow Hollow, Fisherman’s Wharf, Haight Ashbury, Laurel Heights, Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio, Richmond, Western Addition Zip Codes: 94115, 94117, 94118, 94121, 94123, 94129, 94159
Next Free Weekend: February 21, 22, 23 Neighborhoods: Chinatown, Financial District, Hayes Valley, Mission Bay, Nob Hill, North Beach, Russian Hill, SOMA, Telegraph Hill, Tenderloin, Treasure Island, Union Square, Yerba Buena Island Zip Codes: 94102, 94103, 94104, 94105, 94108, 94109, 94111, 94126, 94130, 94133, 94158
Next Free Weekend: February 28, 29, March 1 Neighborhoods: Castro, Forest Hill, Glen Park, Noe Valley, Parkmerced, Parkside, St. Francis Wood, Sunset Zip Codes: 94114, 94116, 94122, 94127, 94131, 94132
Next Free Weekend: March 13, 14, 15 Neighborhoods: Bayview-Hunters Point, Bernal Heights, Dogpatch, Excelsior, Ingleside, Mission, Outer Mission, Portola, Potrero Hill, Visitacion Valley Zip Codes: 94107, 94110, 94112, 94124, 94134
*Each visiting adult must show a valid photo ID with proof of residency. The following items or combinations are acceptable:
A driver’s license or state ID card
Photo ID plus postmarked envelope, postcard, or magazine label with name and date
Photo ID plus utility bill (gas/electric/cable), bank statement, or letter from a government agency with name and home address (not a P.O. Box)
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