Treasure Island Museum

Guardian of the island's history for over 40 years, the nonprofit Treasure Island Museum (TIM) works to plan and fund the return of the new, full Treasure Island Museum, and to offer interim exhibitions, tours and online content. 

Treasure Island Museum currently curates historic exhibits in the Treasure Island Administration Building Lobby and the TIDA Office Lobby, curates additional online exhibits and historic content, and sponsors a regular on-Island lecture series that is free to the public.

Please note the Administration Building historic exhibits and lecture series are currently on hold due to COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place directives imposed by the City and County of San Francisco.

View the Treasure Island Museum website

View Treasure Island Museum's current online exhibits

The Treasure Island Museum's mission is to:

  • Preserve the island’s Pacific-themed heritage;

  • Inform residents and visitors of the island’s historical relevance to today’s issues and tomorrow’s concerns;

  • Invest in the island’s future through educational programs and community partnerships;

  • Inspire a new generation with the Bay Area’s spirit of ingenuity embodied by Treasure Island;