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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 463: Museum at the Cliff Reopens

The Museum at the Cliff has reopened! There's even more Cliff House and Sutro Baths ephemera on display and has expanded beyond its Gift Shop exhibit space and into former restaurant. John Lindsey of The Great Highway Gallery, joins the pod along with photographers, Dave Glass and Rob Brodman, to talk about the new photography exhibition in the Cliff House restaurant.
- Jul 2, 2022

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 463: Museum at the Cliff Reopens Outside Lands Podcast Episode 463: Museum at the Cliff Reopens

(above) Third Cliff House, 1970s

Two people look in shop windows adorned with various posters, images

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