Jewish History Museum

by Mister SF on 06/10/2008

Dateline: SoMa, Mission Streets between 3rd & 4th Sts., where San Francisco opened the doors to the Contemporary Jewish Museum on June 6. Architect Daniel Libeskind’s design is a stunning addition to the Mission Street/Yerba Buena landscape and includes the remains of the 1907 Willis Polk landmark, the Jessie Street Power Substation. Visit the web site of the Contemporary Jewish Museum.

736 Mission Street combines old and new into an exciting experience of architecture, Jewish history, and San Francisco legacy.

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