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RANDALL MUSEUM

The Randall Museum

In a Nutshell...

In the steep hills overlooking the Castro district is a small nature museum for little kids called the Randall Museum. While there are classes for older kids, such as ceramics and woodworking, most of the drop-in activities are for preschoolers, such as the petting pen, stocked with chickens, rabbits and a duck. The museum serves as a wildlife recovery center with cages of injured birds. To also help promote respect for the natural world, it has aquariums and terrariums with reptiles and amphibians, as well as a glass sided beehive. Their facilities include a theater and excellent ceramics and woodworking studios.

 

Everyone is welcome, but know this is mainly a neighborhood attraction.

 

Pros:

  • Nice city view
  • Kids safe zone
  • Good parking

Cons:

  • Small
  • Not very interesting to older kids

 

Inside the Randall Museum

Hours:

Tues - Sat, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Admission:

$1 suggested donation

Location:

Neighborhood: Corona Heights Park

199 Museum Way
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 554-9600 / RandallMuseum.org

 


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