The Randall Museum

★★★★☆
  • 199 Museum Way

    San Francisco, CA 94114

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  • 415-554-9600

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This is a really cool place to bring you kids in San Francisco. They are always having some kind of event, and things to do with children on the weekends... like classes, etc. Great views of the city as well. I would recommend.

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This is a really cool place to bring you kids in San Francisco. They are always having some kind of event, and things to do with children on the weekends... like classes, etc. Great views of the city as well. I would recommend.

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This is a great place for kids. I work at a preschool and this is one of the the best field trips that we take our children to . They love it here and love to see the animals.

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This is a great place for kids. I work at a preschool and this is one of the the best field trips that we take our children to . They love it here and love to see the animals.

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This is a place that I went to as a young girl and when I had kids I brought my kids back. The good thing is that it hasnt changed much and I love what they have there: the animals, crafts and the great staff!

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This is a place that I went to as a young girl and when I had kids I brought my kids back. The good thing is that it hasnt changed much and I love what they have there: the animals, crafts and the great staff!

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My close friend recommended that Ishould take the children and visit teh Randall museum after she took her children on a school fieldtrip there. It is an amazing place especially if you visit on a Saturday. The museum is not that large which is great because we can get through the exhibits in a very short time without the kids getting too tired and restless. The Saturday arts and crafts class was great, kind of crowded. And it was very affoodable too.

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My close friend recommended that Ishould take the children and visit teh Randall museum after she took her children on a school fieldtrip there. It is an amazing place especially if you visit on a Saturday. The museum is not that large which is great because we can get through the exhibits in a very short time without the kids getting too tired and restless. The Saturday arts and crafts class was great, kind of crowded. And it was very affoodable too.

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I love the saturaday classes that they offer to children. The children are able to make their own crafts. They have so much fun and learn to use their imagination. Then they can go lratn about all the different animals. My niece especially liked the rabbits, beacuse you can not see rabbits at the zoo. Overall, it was a great learning experience. Those Saturday classes are really the best.

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I love the saturaday classes that they offer to children. The children are able to make their own crafts. They have so much fun and learn to use their imagination. Then they can go lratn about all the different animals. My niece especially liked the rabbits, beacuse you can not see rabbits at the zoo. Overall, it was a great learning experience. Those Saturday classes are really the best.

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My son loves walking up to this museum. The views are spectacular, once you reach the top of the hill to Randall. And they offer kid's classes on Saturday, usually making a craft. Kids also enjoy the small animals available for viewing, bunnies, turtles and birds.

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My son loves walking up to this museum. The views are spectacular, once you reach the top of the hill to Randall. And they offer kid's classes on Saturday, usually making a craft. Kids also enjoy the small animals available for viewing, bunnies, turtles and birds.

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The randall museum is a great place for adults and children to see animals. They have an animal room where you can see different birds, snakes, spiders, bees, owls, rabbits, etc. Outside the museum is a nice lawn where kids can eat their lunch. Afterwards, the children can go down to the park.

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The randall museum is a great place for adults and children to see animals. They have an animal room where you can see different birds, snakes, spiders, bees, owls, rabbits, etc. Outside the museum is a nice lawn where kids can eat their lunch. Afterwards, the children can go down to the park.

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The animal area of the Randall Museum is perfect for little ones. Randall Museum has a nice, well groomed area for children to play. Their classes are fun and interesting, i.e., making Tibetan prayer flags.

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The animal area of the Randall Museum is perfect for little ones. Randall Museum has a nice, well groomed area for children to play. Their classes are fun and interesting, i.e., making Tibetan prayer flags.

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The Department of Rec & Park currently runs this community resource atop Corona Heights. They specialize in programming for children, have a small animal exhibit and also offer tours. Officially known as the Josephine P. Randall museum, the place is actually an old elementary school. Once you are up there, enjoy the breathtaking views atop the old red rock hillside above the Cstro District and Market St below. Saturdays are crowded with activities including Family Ceramics classes, wild animal feeding, performances and other hands on activities that cost $5 or less. Annual attendance reaches over 85,000 visitors a year, but staff and city budgets are strapped in era of tight budgets for this sort of non profit activiy..

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The Department of Rec & Park currently runs this community resource atop Corona Heights. They specialize in programming for children, have a small animal exhibit and also offer tours. Officially known as the Josephine P. Randall museum, the place is actually an old elementary school. Once you are up there, enjoy the breathtaking views atop the old red rock hillside above the Cstro District and Market St below. Saturdays are crowded with activities including Family Ceramics classes, wild animal feeding, performances and other hands on activities that cost $5 or less. Annual attendance reaches over 85,000 visitors a year, but staff and city budgets are strapped in era of tight budgets for this sort of non profit activiy..

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Great kid activity for all ages, The Randall Museum houses changing science, art, and interactive exhibits. Permanent areas of the Museum include a li...

 

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