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Cartoon Art Museum

This is the only museum west of the Mississippi dedicated to the display of cartoon art, with exhibits changing three times each year.

In 1984, a group of cartoon art enthusiasts began organizing exhibitions by using art work from their own collections. For several years, the Cartoon Art Museum was a "museum without walls", setting up shows in local museums and corporate spaces. In 1987, with an endowment from Peanuts creator, Charles M. Schulz, the museum established residence in the heart of San Francisco's new vibrant art center, Yerba Buena Gardens.

Location: 655 Mission Street, San Francisco California 94103 Telephone Toll Free: 415-CARTOON

Other History nearby:
(Alameda) Alameda Historical Museum
(San Francisco) Alcatraz Island
(San Francisco) Ansel Adams Center for Photography
(San Francisco) Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
(Benicia) Benicia Historical Museum at Camel Barns
(San Francisco) California Historical Society


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