Museum of Craft and Design

San Francisco, California

Although the original incarnation of the Museum of Craft and Design was located near Union Square, it always felt out of place in that carriage-trade district. In spring 2013, the museum reopened in its true home in Dogpatch, promised land of the Maker Movement. Exhibitions range widely, from the sunny postwar idealism of Herman Miller to, say, the surrealist carved and painted work of Holly Lane. In the equally well-curated store, look for the museum’s own scent, custom-blended by the S.F.-based firm Heliotrope.

Last Reviewed
July 2015


2569 Third St.
San Francisco, CA




Closed Mondays.