This tiny museum is a gem, beautifully set in the building that Julia Morgan designed for the Chinatown YWCA in the 1930's.
The new exhibition 'Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion' is the best interactive experience I've ever encountered in a museum.
While you're here, be sure to see the utterly enchanting collection of miniatures created by Frank Wong - they depict his memories of life in Chinatown with astounding artistry, wit, and love.
This place is like a magic portal - step through its doors and you will emerge with the super-power of being able to see the surrounding Chinatown with new eyes (or, rather, wise "old" ones).
965 Clay St, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA