Posts Tagged ‘hamon’

2-Minute Video: The View from Hamon Tower, de Young Museum – One Lap of the 9th Floor on a Dreaded Sunny Day

Monday, March 24th, 2014

The Best Place to See San Francisco in Golden Gate Park is from Inside the De Young Museum’s Hamon Tower

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

Here’s the Hamon Tower of the de young Museum from the outside….

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…and here it is from the inside:

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Don’t skip The Tower the next time you’re in Golden Gate Park!

And best of all, there’s no charge for access for that part of the building. Hurray!

All the deets.

Hamon Tower at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park is Just Waiting for You to Visit – Admission is Free

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

See? Before or after visiting the Big Picasso Show at our de Young Museum, check out the free-to-the-public Hamon Tower, why not?

Like these people.

Say cheese!

A scary cantilevered floor:

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Contemplating the Richmond District for a Price That’s Right – Visit the de Young Museum’s Hamon Tower

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Our de Young Museum, now with Olmec, doesn’t charge you a dime to ride up their ‘vater to check out the view from the Hamon Tower.

Hurray! You ought to check it out, on a dreaded sunny day.

This could be you. Looking northward, ever northward:

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The Best Place to See San Francisco* is from the de Young Museum’s Hamon Tower

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Here’s the Hamon Tower of the de young Museum (now, with more Tut!)  from the outside….

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…and here it is from the inside:

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Don’t skip The Tower the next time you’re in Golden Gate Park!

*If you’re in the west side already, and it’s a cold, windy day.

The Awesome Inverted Pyramid of the de Young Museum’s Hamon Tower

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008

This is the view you can get in San Francisco when you look over Golden Gate Park to see the Point Bonita Lighthouse in Marin County.

How does the de Young Museum‘s inverted pyramid stand up?

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