Museum opens in San Francisco’s grittiest area

The Tenderloin, in central San Francisco, has long been the city’s most neglected neighbourhood and now, as gentrification slowly creeps in, a new museum has opened looking at the area’s history.

Tenderloin, San Francisco.

Tenderloin, San Francisco. Image by Ken Lund / CC BY-SA 2.0

Visitors can learn about the Tenderloin’s jazz clubs, gay and lesbian movements, recording studios and much more, all for just $10 admission. Read more: sfist.com

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