Monday, February 29, 2016
Spring break: take advantage of the city that is our ‘classroom’
Take your little scientist to the Exploratorium. It’s known for an ongoing exploration of science, art and human perception in kid-friendly style.
If you have a kid who’s into bugs and wildlife, the Randall Museum is free and full of fun.
Want to see how much fun hands-on STEM learning is? Head to the Bay Area Discovery Museum (free day is first Wednesday of the month.)
Your young artist can make a day of it at the Children’s Creativity Museum, where kids get to imagine, create and share their works in a multimedia environment.
Got a history buff in the house? Check out our city’s rich sea-faring history at the Maritime Museum. Kids are free.
But what about old-school fun, for kids of all ages? The Musée Mécanique is full of hand-cranked musical instruments and penny arcade games from the early to mid-20th century. Admission is free, games are $0.25 or less.