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Randall Museum, San Francisco

3.8
#7 of 7 in Childrens Museums in San Francisco
**During renovations** our live animal exhibit is 745 Treat Ave. (between 20th and 21st street). Programs held at 4 locations throughout the city. Renovation details @ https://www.randallmuseum.org/revitalize-the-randall/

Envisioned by Josephine Randall, San Francisco's 1st Superintendent of Recreation, Randall Museum strives to inspire creativity, curiosity, and appreciation of the world around us. In addition to housing interactive science, art, & natural history exhibits, we offer classes in art, ceramics, science/technology, woodworking, & cooking.
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  • Even cafeteria has! What a nice place! It was a Saturday at noon, sunny day, live music with a small jazz band (but with a lot of meaning since it was composed of 4 friendly and very good senior musicians), many and varied activities for children and parents, therefore family members. The most striking thing is that it has a little zoo with some animals and a mini aquarium that make the delight of children, and because not, of us adults. A beautiful park, in the back with a stunning view of San Francisco. Great place to walk and have a good time.
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  • It is a museum for children, but they let adults in too. Of interest were the collection about Native American basket weaving, the model railroad, the sections on geology and natural history of Califo...  more »
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  • We had an amazing time at the Randall Museum. We couldn't believe it was free. The outdoor space is great, lots of people there with very small children including babies. Cool animal exhibits, great clean toddler play space, and the train exhibit downstairs was a huge hit with my 2 year old. The cafe is great too, but you can bring your own lunch or snacks too. Highly recommend.
  • Such a great place for kids of all ages. Toddler room, animals, trains galore, earthquakes, fish and what look like some awesome maker classes. Also a great cafe and view from the patio!
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