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Truhlsen - Marmor Museum of the Eye

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mini wrote a review Aug 2020
Fremont, California106768 contributions3999 helpful votes
We called in advance and had an interesting visit to the intriguing Museum of the Eye. It is a fun experience, but somewhat off the beaten track. Its close to the wharf/Gheridelli area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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reyt992 wrote a review Jan 2016
American Canyon, California44 contributions14 helpful votes
If you are in the Fisherman's Wharf area of San Francisco, I think this little museum is worth the short visit. For one, it's free admission. But (of course there's always a catch), you have to call first to make an appointment and I did it a few minutes before we arrived at the museum. The museum is actually composed of exhibits about the history of opthalmology (science of the eye) in an office run by the American Academy of Opthalmology. Our tour guide was a joy to have and explain the exhibits and fun facts about the tools of the trade through the centuries and rare books from the 1700's. Her name is Jenny and has been working with the academy and museum for 15 years and her love of what she does for the academy clearly showed and we were very lucky indeed to experience the tour with her. A true hidden jewel in San Francisco, very glad we happened to find it. And right around the corner from the museum is Ghiradelli Square for a nice hot cup of coffee or cocoa or a hot fudge on your favorite ice cream or sorbet.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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