In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius buried Pompeii's beautiful estates, surrounding farmland and nearby villages under pumice and hot ash, preserving them for centuries. The eruption killed thousands in the midst of their daily activities, giving us a picture of what life was like in a thriving Roman city.
The exhibit "Last Supper in Pompeii" at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, has a treasure trove of over 300 objects uncovered from the ash. They reveal the Roman love affair with food and wine and how their production, distribution and consumption affected every aspect of Roman life and art.
Funded in part by the Senior Mobility Initiative of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.
For Adults 65+
Wednesday, May 6
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Check-in at 9:30 AM in the lower lobby of the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Let Michelle Rosengaus know if you are a museum member before you register.
Price includes round-trip bus transportation from the OFJCC and a museum ticket.
To register for the trip, please contact the Customer Service Desk at (650) 223-8700.
If you need personal assistance of any kind, you must bring an escort.
For more information, contact Michelle Rosengaus at (650) 223-8616 or [email protected].
Refunds only before April 20 minus a $15 service fee per person.