THE GREGANGELO MUSEUM
The most unusual house in San Francisco, if not the universe…Picture Ancient Egypt meets Arabian Nights meets Dr. Seuss meets Austin Powers, complete with life-size sarcophagi, a mosaic wall of the solar system and psychedelic secret passageways.”
The Gregangelo Museum is a Mediterranean A-Frame style house originally built in the early 1920s in the St. Francis Wood district of San Francisco. The house was converted into an art project during the 1980s, and in the 2000s it made its way into multiple entertainment magazines and entertainment sections of newspapers. Though most of the twenty-two rooms in the house have been significantly remodeled, the original 1920’s architecture was intentionally salvaged. Dubbed one of a few “home strange homes” by HGTV in 2012, the Gregangelo Museum has been cited in interior design books, television networks, and entertainment blogs. Mosaic, Egyptian and Middle Eastern themed installations, and paintings are some of the main features of the museum.
Enjoy lunch at the Beach Chalet overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Available Tue or Thu for groups of up to 30 people. Not wheelchair accessible. Walkers OK.