9. Cartoon Art Museum
One thing that should never change about getting older is your appreciation for cartoons and the comics that inspired them. From MAD Magazine and Archie comics to the best of anime and Saturday morning cartoons, the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco has been preserving and exhibiting one of the most classic art forms in the world. With approximately 6,000 original pieces, a complete volume research and library facility, and up to 10 major exhibitions a year, the Cartoon Art Museum is the perfect way to reflect on your own collection, or even discover the real history behind all those cartoons you grew up loving. Past exhibits have included a look at Superman’s 75-year history, some original Looney Tunes artwork, famous Samurais from Manga and anime, and a profile on graphic novel king Will Eisner.