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Museum Visit for Two or Four with Poster at The Beat Museum (Up to 59% Off)

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Artifacts and stories from Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and other Beat Generation figures populate museum

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3 ratings2 reviews
August 17, 2019
The museum and bookstore is a gem in the city. I will return. The staff is very friendly and extremely generous with their knowledge.
1 ratings1 reviews
March 13, 2019
Love this place! The staff is super friendly, helpful and knowledgeable and make great conversation. The place itself is filled with so much cool history and its a place you have to stop by and experience. I tell everyone about this place, and im sure you will too!
15 ratings11 reviews
January 2, 2019
The Beat museum was one of the highlights of my visit to SF. Very nice, informative, you can tell that it was founded and is run by people who are knowledgeable and love the beat era. I also bought lots of their posters because they are really nicely done - high quality and nice art work. Go and visit - it is really worth it!!
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  • $12.50 for admission for two and one Beat Generation poster ($31 value)
  • $25 for admission for four and two Beat Generation posters ($62 value)

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About The Beat Museum

By day, Jerry Cimino worked in the computer industry. By night, he quietly collected memorabilia from the Beat Generation, building up little piles of photographs, letters, and first editions of literature by Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, and Jack Kerouac. Inspired by the beat poets themselves, who often traded what they had to pursue their passions, Cimino abandoned his 9-to-5 job and opened The Beat Museum. Located on the same ground that was once the epicenter for Beat activity during the 1950s, the museum hosts an ever-increasing collection of cultural ephemera and has been profiled in the Washington Post. The shelves and glass cases brim with various editions of Allen Ginsberg's Howl, a sweat-dappled jacket worn by Jack Kerouac on his travels, and William Burroughs’s guide to perfect table manners.

The Beat Museum

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