Fodor's Expert Review Cartoon Art Museum

Fisherman's Wharf Museum/Gallery

Krazy Kat, Zippy the Pinhead, Batman, and other colorful cartoon icons greet you at the Cartoon Art Museum, established with an endowment from cartoonist-icon Charles M. Schulz and ensconced in its Fisherman's Wharf home in 2017. The museum's strength is its changing exhibits, which explore such topics as America from the perspective of international political cartoons, and the output of women and African-American cartoonists. Serious fans of cartoons—especially those on the quirky underground side—will likely enjoy the exhibits; those with a casual interest may be bored. The store here carries cool titles to add to your collection. Consult the museum's website for open hours and admission.

Museum/Gallery

Quick Facts

781 Beach St.
San Francisco, California  94109, USA

415-227–8666

www.cartoonart.org

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