Lonely Planet Writer

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