After an extensive expansion and complete transformation, SFMOMA reopened its doors to the public on May 14, 2016. Now recognized as the largest modern art museum in the United States, SFMOMA houses over 33, 000 works, the largest public living wall in the country with over 19,000 plants and 21 native Bay Area species, and 45,000 square feet of art-filled public spaces and admission free ground floor galleries. Terraces adjacent to many galleries extend exhibitions into the city, displaying outdoor sculptures and offering unparalleled views of San Francisco.
The museum also offers a resource library, classes for children and adults, dining options, and a museum store with a wide selection of art books, home accessories, jewelry, toys and prints. Check the museum website for temporary exhibitions and an overview of permanent collections including photography and film.