Featuring 11 unique gallery and exhibit spaces, the 49ers Museum presented by Sony is a 20,000 square foot facility dedicated to the 49ers past, present and future.The Museum is dedicated to its values of education, innovation and heritage and is committed to serving as an exciting, engaging home for fans of all ages. For tickets, visit the Visa Box Office or purchase tickets online.
Location & Hours
4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(Located on Tasman Drive next to Visa Box Office)
|MONDAY – SATURDAY||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|SUNDAY||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
The 49ers Museum is open daily and year-round with the exception of early closures and blackout dates. Museum hours and closures are subject to change. View all blackout dates and early closures. On Levi’s® Stadium event days and 49ers gamedays, museum hours vary and are only open to ticket holders.DIRECTIONS
|Santa Clara Residents||$10|
|Active Duty/Retired Military||$10|
|Children (4 & under)||FREE|
Prices may vary during peak/non-peak days. Tickets may be purchased online with a tour bundle or at the Visa Box Office. For more information on group pricing, call 415-GO-49ERS or email firstname.lastname@example.org.BUY TICKETS
Step into our Augmented Reality to take your place beside current and former players or take in our Trending display which features everything you will want to know about the team’s recent success, what’s happening in the Museum and our most recently curated artifacts.
Ron Ferrari was born in Springfield, Illinois. Ferrari was an undersized linebacker at just 6 feet tall and 210 pounds, but the overachiever played a critical role on 49ers special teams. He had one of his best NFL games in San Francisco’s 42-27 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in 1983. Ferrari posted three sacks of Cardinals’ quarterback Neil Lomax, and the 49ers defense forced Lomax to throw a pair of interceptions that were both returned for touchdowns. San Francisco selected Ferrari in the seventh round (195th overall) of the 1982 draft out of Illinois. He spent five seasons with the 49ers from 1982-1986.
Inside the Morabito Theater — which features a 50’ x 18’ screen and Sony 4K technology — you’ll be inspired by the story of the 49ers as told through our signature film.
Walk amongst life-sized statues of our 26 Hall of Famers in their signature poses. Snap a photo next to Coach Bill Walsh and Joe Montana or put yourself in the huddle with the Million Dollar Backfield.
Explore an interactive touch screen and listen to first-person stories from the 49ers all-time roster about what it was like to play for the team. An interactive database will allow visitors to research every possible stat on every person that ever wore a 49ers uniform.
An homage to one of the most influential people the NFL has ever known, this re-creation of Coach Walsh’s Redwood City office serves as both a treasure trove of artifacts and the home of a signature film on Coach Walsh as told from the eyes of players, friends and others. The Bill Walsh Coaching Universe features an interactive exhibit that chronicles the coach’s vast impact on the coaching ranks of professional football.
An era-by-era experience of historical items, stories, interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind artifacts. Spanning the years of 1946 until the present day, guests will leave the Heritage gallery with a deep appreciation for the history and tradition that are so important to the 49ers organization.
The 49ers have long been known as innovators when it comes to the fan experience. Here, guests can take in the history behind the team’s mascots, in-game entertainment and other joyful elements of football. Videos play of real fans speaking about the team’s significance to them and their lives.
The pillar around which the 49ers industry-leading education program is built, this state-of-the-art classroom serves more than 20,000 Bay Area children annually and also offers content on how the 49ers impact the community in so many positive ways.
Get ready to engage with the game of football. In the Game offers multiple interactive challenges and exhibits, including a passing and kicking simulator, Be the Broadcaster—a real-life booth where fans can call the team’s most iconic plays—and the Gridiron Challenge, a series of motion-driven, gesture-based challenges that bring out the athlete, cheerleader, uniform designer and touchdown scorer in everyone.
The home to the 49ers five Lombardi trophies and the rings associated with each championship is each guest’s last stop in the Museum. Enjoy the photo opportunity while you take in yet another feature film on what it was like to be a part of 49ers history.