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Much like the Met in New York or LACMA in Los Angeles, the de Young Museum is San Francisco’s encyclopedic public cultural offering—with a significant collection of Asian Art and celebrated holdings in sculpture, painting, and works on paper. After suffering significant damage during the Loma Prieta earthquake, the museum closed for five years starting in 2000 for a complete rebuild. The new Herzog & de Meuron-designed building and corresponding landscaping have made it into one of the most significant architectural destinations in the country. Even if you don’t have time to stroll through the exhibitions, it’s worth a trip to walk through their gorgeous grounds in Golden Gate Park.

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