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We had heard about this place from someone at home and knew we had to stop. Matt greeted us with a smile and spent so much time showing us the amazing photos from Stevie Nicks to MLK and RFK. The current exhibit was Johnny Cash's...More
I've been in this gallery before but never had the chance to meet Jim Hartley, the proprietor. What a great way to spend an hour or so. Walking encyclopedia of knowledge of both the art and rock world. Beautiful collection of some of the best...More
My husband and i stopped by the San Francisco Art Exchange on a recent visit to the city. We enjoyed seeing the amazing photographs of Rock n Roll icons as well as many different types of original art pieces. We expressed our appreciation to Anna...More
I saw an ad in the local tourist magazine about this place and was a bit skeptical when it said it housed the largest rock and roll photos in the Bay area but when I went to the gallery I was blown away by all...More
This gallery is a photo trip back to the past. Almost every photo will remember you to a song, a concert or a certain moment in your live. And when you're lucky because Jim Hartley is present you will also hear a story by several...More
We read about an exposition about symbols of history, so we went there to check it out. But it was a bit premature, because when we arrived, there was another exposition. But after telling the nice lady who works there, she went out of her...More
I came into this Gallery with my auntie during a day in the city. This gallery has some fantastic Rock and Roll gems! Lots of original photos and prints, and I felt welcome by the staff. We spoke to Theron, one of the co-owners for...More
I stumbled onto this exhibit by accident, as it was a block from my hotel on Geary Street in San Francisco. It is truly a must see for all music fans and a piece of rock history. Of all the many wonderful things to see...More
Date of experience: February 2015
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Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.