Visit a Museum for Free in June
Explore, climb and play at free day at the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito on Wednesday, June 2.
Did you know you can visit most of the Bay Area's major museums and cultural attractions for free day every month? Just about all museums have one day a month set aside as a free day. They all aren't on the same day, too, so if you plan it right you can take in several museum outings without having to pay a thing.
Also, groups are generally not admitted on free days; check with each museum for their free day group policy.
Every Saturday—June 4, 11, 18 & 25
Residents of the 9 San Francisco Bay Area counties receive free general admission to the de Young and Legion of Honor on Saturdays. Proof of residency required.
First Sunday of the Month—June 5
- Asian Art Museum
- Oakland Museum of California ($5 suggested donation; $5 fee for special exhibitions)
First Tuesday of the Month—June 7
First Thursday of the Month—June 9
Second Tuesday of the Month—June 14
Father's Day—Sunday, June 19
- The Charles M. Schulz Museum—all fathers receive free admission
If you can't make it to the museum on any of these free days, don't worry—the Marin County Free Library offers Discover & Go museum passes for patrons to check out. These passes provide free or discounted admission at many San Francisco Bay Area museums, including the Asian Art Museum, the Lawrence Hall of Science, the California Academy of Sciences, the Exploratorium, the Charles M. Schulz Museum, and more. You can even log in with your library card number and print a pass online! You can also check out passes to the Bay Area Discovery Museum at your local Library. Visit their website for more information.
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