After seeing the admission fees of the museums in San Francisco, I made a list of all the free admission days they have to offer. Since a few different places have decided that the first Tuesday of the month is a good day for free admission, that meant I got up early (okay okay earlier than I would otherwise have) on the first Tuesday in October and took a bus to see what de Young has to offer.

Some poor fellows already know what it had to offer when they got hit by a wave of my snaps. My apologies for that.

De Young is one of the best museums I have been to. I have no idea how to describe the style but their website states it is a contemporary art museum. So let's go with that. De Young seemed to have everything from everywhere, and from every decade.

My personal favourites where the collection of Native American art, the (creepy) collection of African masks, and the special exhibition on Weapons of Mass Seduction: The Art of Propaganda.

I'm really struggling with how to add pictures here because things should be pretty and coherent. So my compromise was to just add one photo from the Native American art section.