Find all the information you'll need to plan your visit, including information about our updated hours, timed ticketing, and health and safety protocols.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) is open, and we can't wait to see you! Our highest priority is the health and safety of you and our staff. Please take a moment to review our health and safety guidelines and contactless ticketing process prior to your visit. Here's what to expect during your visit:
All visitors 12 and up are required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of their visit (at-home tests will not be accepted). Visitors 18 and up must also provide a photo ID and visitors ages 12–17 must provide an ID.
All visitors—including those who have received a COVID-19 vaccine—are required to wear a face covering during their visit. A limited number of disposable masks are available, free of charge, at the front desk in the Shenson Welcome Center. CJM staff will also wear face coverings at all times.
Visitors and staff are required to practice physical distancing of at least six feet when in The Museum. Layout adjustments have been made throughout the building to reduce capacity and make space for physical distancing.
All visitors will need to book their timed tickets online in advance of their visit, to ensure a contactless check-in process when you arrive at The Museum. Book your tickets here.
Touch-free hand sanitizer stations are located at entrances, elevators, and transaction points. Visitors are encouraged to sanitize and wash their hands frequently.
Still have questions? For more information on our safety practices and what to expect during your visit, read our full FAQ here.
George Fok: Passing Through and Judy Chicago: Cohanim are now closed.
Candice Breitz: I’m Your Man and Marshall Trammell in Residence are on view through February 13, 2022.
For information on virtual private tours, please visit our Tours page.
Membership at The CJM grants you access to an exciting array of contemporary art, music, film, and educational programming. Join a diverse community of individuals who share your passion for contemporary art and new views on Jewish culture!
The Museum is closed on:
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To reserve your parking spot, visit The Contemporary Jewish Museum SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
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Visit The CJM with free admission on the first Friday of each month! Free First Fridays are open to all visitors.
Generous support for Free First Fridays is provided by the Alexander M. and June L. Maisin Foundation and by Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
During Bank of America Museums on Us weekends—the first full weekend of every month—Bank of America, Merrill, or Bank of America Private Bank (U.S. Trust) cardholders receive complimentary general admission to The Museum. Tickets are available on-site at the Shenson Welcome Center, day-of only, and are subject to availability.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) acknowledges that it is on the traditional and unceded lands of the Ramaytush Ohlone People of Yelamu, and the Muwekma Ohlone, and pays respect to elders, both past and present, of the Ohlone people. We recognize that the cultural heritage of California begins at least 15,000 years ago, and that the entire Bay Area rests on the land of Indigenous cultures, who were the original stewards of this territory.
It is important that we recognize not only this legacy, but that the Ramaytush Ohlone and Muwekma Ohlone people are alive and active members of our San Francisco and Bay Area communities. Active community engagement is one of The CJM’s core values, and we will continue to collaborate with representatives from the Indigenous community to further strengthen cultural sensitivity and awareness.
The CJM is committed to expanding access to exhibitions, programs, and resources by removing financial, social, and cultural barriers.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum strives to ensure that its facilities, exhibitions, and programs are accessible, and that all of our visitors feel a sense of welcome, respect, and inclusion. We believe that positive arts and cultural experiences are essential to building healthy communities. For information, registration, or to request an accommodation, contact Access and Community Engagement Programs at The Contemporary Jewish Museum: 415.655.7856 or email@example.com.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum offers a variety of family friendly programs that can make your visit meaningful, memorable, and enriching. Join us for fun and interactive opportunities where you can make art, play, enjoy live performances, explore The Museum, and spend quality time together.