Gregangelo Museum – San Francisco, California - Atlas Obscura

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Gregangelo Museum

A 1920s home transformed into an immersive art experience, where every room is a portal to another realm. 

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Located in a 1920s Spanish-style home in a residential neighborhood on the south side of town called Balboa Terrace is an unassuming home with only a hint of what lies behind its front door. 

Part museum, part immersive art experience, Gregangelo is a quintessential San Francisco trip well worth taking. The home’s opulently designed art rooms are the backdrop for your guided tour which promises to be creative, psychedelic, and even soul searching. The home belongs to and was created by Gregangelo Herrera, a San Francisco native and the founder of a performing and circus arts company called Velocity Circus.

The museum consists of 27 themed rooms, or “portals,” which transport visitors to different eras and parts of the world. Your guide through this labyrinth of visually outrageous rooms will often be a member of the troupe, from magicians to acrobatic dancers.

It is an experience unlike any other….Wonderfully bizarre and imaginative.

Know Before You Go

Reservations are required in advance. You can find ticketing information on the museum website.

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