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Location : 51 Yerba Buena Ln

Hours : Wed to Sat from 11 A.M. to 6 P.M. ( Sun to Tue closed)

Admission : Adults - $5, Seniors - $4, Children - free

Museum of Craft & Folk Art, San Francisco Overview

The Museum of Craft & Folk Art is a not-for-profit craft, folk art, and ethnic art museum in San Francisco, California. It is situated at the Yerba Buena Lane of SF city. The Museum was founded by an artist & promoter Gertrud Parker, in 1982. Today, the Museum of Craft & Folk Art organizes innovative exhibitions and educational programs that are devised to connect and inspire diverse communities. It is the solitary folk art museum in the entire Northern California. This Museum exclusively offers dedicated and unique exhibitions of ethnic and contemporary folk art and craft from across the globe. It operates to show how folk art, contemporary craft, and fine art are all part of the same spectrum.

The Museum features transitory exhibitions which are accompanied by a gift shop offering handmade items respecting the Museum's mission for sale. Also, The school program of the Museum of Craft & Folk Art offers live presentations that introduce Bay Area children to the pivotal role of folk art in traditional cultures across the globe.

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