500 Capp Street will be closed for a February break. We will re-open to the public on March 7, 2024 with a new schedule of tours for the spring.
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Planning Your Visit
The David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street, located in San Francisco’s Mission District and widely celebrated as one of the West Coast’s finest examples of a home that was transformed into an environmental artwork, sits on the corner of 20th Street and Capp Street.
The entrance for all tours is located on the 20th Street side of the building. Doors for open 10 minutes prior to the start of your visit and begin promptly as scheduled.
Walking through The David Ireland House takes visitors up one flight of stairs with a handrail. An elevator is available for visitors who use a mobility aid or are unable to climb the stairs. Please feel free to contact us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can best accommodate your visit.
Group, Class and Archive Room Experiences
If you are looking to book a group tour (over 10 people), or want to reserve a spot to research at the Paule Anglim Archive room please contact email@example.com. If you are looking to book a class tour for education purposes contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 Guidelines and Safety Measures
Additional Visitor Guidelines
-Please refrain from touching the works and objects
-Visitors are asked to check large bags prior to the start of a tour
-All devices must be silenced during the tour
-Please wear soft-soled shoes to protect the floors in The House, stiletto heels are not permitted
-Food and beverages are not permitted
-We welcome well-behaved service animals
About 500 Capp Street, The David Ireland House
500 Capp Street’s mission is to encourage artistic experimentation, support new modes of living, and build community— just as David Ireland did during his lifetime. Located in San Francisco’s Mission District, 500 Capp Street is a physical location rooted in conceptual art that was David Ireland’s home. It is where our collection and archive informs artist-guided tours, artist-driven exhibitions, programs, educational workshops, and curatorial practice. Email us at email@example.com for further questions or inquiries.