The Museum of Craft and Folk Art is located at 51 Yerba Buena Lane in San Francisco, California. Museum hours are Monday through Friday, with closures on all Wednesdays. The hours of operation are 11am to 6pm. Saturday and Sunday they are open 11am to 5pm. The museum is also closed on holidays. Admission is $5 for adults, and all youths up to 18 are free. Seniors get a dollar discount.
The museum houses current exhibits each year, often changing out exhibits every three to four months. One exhibit that has been at the museum was the Volver Mexican Folk Art into Play. Adrian Esparza, Armando Miguelez, Maximo Gonzalez, Favianna Rodriguez, and Eduardo Sarabia had pieces in the exhibit. This particular exhibit was celebrating Mexico's bicentennial Independence.
On the first Thursday of every month from 6 to 8pm is a Craft Bar and Etsy Lab. They also offer a 2nd Saturday of the Month "Make It at MOCFA", which offers residents and visitors a chance to show their artistic talents. Other receptions are held throughout the year in order to keep community interest in the museum. All items on display are arts and crafts.