Welcome to The Museum of Craft and Design! We are committed to ensuring the health and well-being of our museum visitors and staff. Aligning with local and federal guidelines, and social distancing recommendations for the containment of COVID-19, the museum is temporarily closed. but we are actively working to reopen.
When MCD is able to open, our visitor’s health and safety are our top priorities and we are following guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and San Francisco.
Please review our visitor guidelines and regulations below to help you before you arrive.
MCD has moved to timed ticketing admission, please make sure to plan ahead for your visit.
- Admission for Moto MMXX is timed entry only.
- All Visitors will need a ticket*, even those receiving free admission
- Timed admission tickets for MCD Members, children 12+ under, EBT holders, active-duty military personnel and their families, and members of NARM are $0.
- Timed tickets will be available online*. If capacity is not reached for that hour, walk-ins may be admitted.
- 10 AM–11 AM tickets are dedicated to visitors who are of high-risk during Covid-19.
- Please select your arrival time when purchasing your ticket and try to keep your visit to your allotted time.
*Tickets will be available for purchase once MCD is able to re-open per City of San Francisco approval.
GUIDELINES FOR VISITORS AND STAFF
- All visitors over two years old and staff members must wear a mask while inside the museum. This includes inside the MCD store and galleries. If you do not have a mask, there are masks available at the front desk.
- Please always maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet away from people not in your ticketed group.
- Hand sanitation stations are available at the entrance of the museum and handwashing stations are located in front of the bathrooms.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- MCD will be limiting visitor capacity to 25% at all times.
- Signage has been installed to encourage distancing and traffic flow.
- Hand-sanitizer units will be available throughout the museum.
- Coat check is self-serve and located to the left of the restrooms.
- Bag check is currently closed. Bags larger than 11″x15″ are not permitted in the galleries.
- MCD has enhanced our cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout the day.
If you are part of an immunocompromised high-risk group, are in need of other accommodations, or have additional questions, please contact us email@example.com.
MCD Members are always free and will have first access to reserve timed-tickets for MOTO MMXX.
Questions about membership? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the status of your membership, join, or renew.
Museum members: Free
General admission: $10.00
Students with ID: $8.00
Seniors (65 and older): $8.00
Children (through age 12): Free
North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) member and a Blue Star Museum.
*MCD offers free admission to our nation’s active-duty military personnel (including National Guard), essential workers, first responders, and their families.
Wednesday–Saturday: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM | Sunday: 12:00 PM–5:00 PM | Closed Monday and Tuesday
10:00 AM–11:00 AM daily, is reserved for visitors who are of high-risk during Covid-19
Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
The Museum of Craft and Design is located at 2569 Third Street (between 22nd and 23rd), in the historic American Industrial Center in San Francisco’s vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood.
The T Third Muni Metro and the 48 bus stop are within one block of the Museum.
Please double check all current bus and transit schedules.
Temporary directions for those coming from the East Bay or within San Francisco:
From Embarcadero Station, exit at Market/Spear streets out of BART onto the street. Once at Market/Spear, turn the corner to take the T Inbound shuttle that is replacing the T Sunnydale streetcar at this time during the construction at UCSF/Mission Bay stops through March. Once on the shuttle, stop at 23rd Street station, and walk to 2569 Third Street.
Finding street parking in the neighborhoods and industrial areas around the Museum can sometimes be a challenge. There is a paid lot at 20th Street and Illinois Street.