Free Museum Day 2021: Here are 4 Bay Area shows to see

Emo Gould’s “Guzzler” was created from engine parts, a gas pump, baseball bats, bike handlebars, vacuum parts, a lamp, golf cart wheels and more. (Bedford Gallery)

Saturday Sept. 18 is Free Museum Day, an annual event sponsored by Smithsonian Magazine that offers free access to art shows across the country. Several Bay Area museums with awesome things to see are participating. Here is what you need to know.

The museum entries are free but you will need a ticket. Go to www.smithsonianmag.com and click on “Get a ticket.” From there you can search for the museum you want. You will need to enter

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