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A Pop-Up Museum is Coming to SF’s Cliff House

Over 60 historic memorabilia pieces will on display soon through April 2022
By - posted 8/14/2021 No Comment

Sadly, San Francisco’s famous 157-year old Cliff House sadly closed its doors on December 31, 2020. Thankfully, the historic memorabilia has been preserved and will be on display in the Cliff House once again in a new pop-up museum. 

Thanks to KQED for sharing the news that the collection will be on public view in the former gift shop, starting in September or October, and will on display through April 2022, courtesy of the National Park Service.

More than 60 pieces have been saved by historians and fellow Bay Area locals including Sutro Bath swim suits, a cowboy sculpture from Playland-at-the-Beach,  the presidential luncheon menu from Teddy Roosevelt’s 1903 visit to SF and much more.

Read more at the Save The Cliff House Art Collection