This museum is in a park right up at the tip of the SF penninsula. We were able to get a look at the Golden Gate Bridge from the grounds.
Rodin's Thinker was right there in the courtyard as we walked in.
Molly of course got tired of walking through the galleries and had to remind me every few moments that she was hungry and asked if we could go home now. Evidently 4 years old is a little too young for an art gallery.
Wait a minute. Aren't we sitting in an art gallery and yet all the kids gathered around one of the older boy's ipod to watch him play Minecraft or some other such game.
I didn't get any pictures of them, but I really enjoyed getting to see some Greek Amphora. There are quite a few pieces there that I wish I could have had a little more time to study. But my little four year old museum buddy wouldn't let me hang out too long infront of any one painting or item.
I of course brought my camera but quickly figured out the battery was dead. After visiting most of the museum already I remembered my phone has a camera on it. So I pulled out my new phone and took a few pictures of our visit with it instead. I have had this phone for about 5 months but I haven't used it for much more than calls and texts. It isn't a smart phone and isn't anything grand. Just the cheep phone that Verizon gave me with my plan. I am pretty impressed that I even figured out how to upload them to my computer. I had to use bluetooth to do it and I admit I am rather clueless as to how all this technology works. But I am happy to know I can use my phone to take pictures and I can even get those pictures onto my computer too. Hurray! I still like my little point and shoot camera better but it nice to know there is a back up plan, for when I need it.