Palace of Fine Arts

Palace of Fine Arts is a tourist attraction, one of the Folly buildings in San Francisco, United States. It is located: 47 km from Oakland, 213 km from San Jose, 800 km from Fresno.

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Location

, N37°48'10", W122°26'52". Get directions

Contact

Telephone: (415) 563-6504

Website: www.palaceoffinearts.org

Open hours
  • Mon-Sun 6:00 AM–9:00 PM

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Justin Sullivan
12 January 2016
Beautiful night and day. The scale is massive. Everyone is dwarfed beneath the dome. The grounds surpass the interior, but the massive fireplaces that you see on the inside are really cool too.
The Ritz-Carlton
3 September 2013
The Palace of Fine Arts is a neo-classical "ruin" originally constructed for the 1915 World's Fair and is the only structure from the historic event that is still situated on its original site.
Sam Weller
25 November 2013
Great concert hall. Well, the usual - sit in rows e,f or g - right in the center. Pick what u want to see or hear and enjoy. If the event is going to pack the house, arrive early - parking is limited
Fodor's Travel
28 January 2016
The Palace of Fine Arts is an iconic San Francisco building and one of the first you encounter upon entering the city from the Golden Gate Bridge.
DadOnTheScene
4 July 2018
One of the most iconic sites in SF. Lovely for a picnic and feeding the geese swimming along in the pond.
Alex Chen
29 July 2018
Fun to walk around and admire the architecture. Nearby to Crissy Field and the Presidio, so make a half day of it biking along all of them.
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