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For a fun, out of ordinary date, I went to the Tactile Dome and had a great time. I've been to the Exploratorium many times and always enjoyed myself. So if you're into science an...

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Tactile Dome is super fun! 12/16/2006

For a fun, out of ordinary date, I went to the Tactile Dome and had a great time. I've been to the Exploratorium many times and always enjoyed myself. So if you're into science and discovery and learning, this is a great place to spend an afternoon. more

fun for everyone of all ages 7/22/2002

the coolest place that blends math and science with fun. sometimes it's hard to wait for the little kids to get off the exhibit b/c you want to play with it too! added bonus of the palace of fine arts right outside of it. more
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  • The Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception

    Open Selected Holiday Mondays<br><br>The Exploratorium is an experimental, hands-on museum designed to spark curiosity ? regardless of your age or familiarity with science. With hundreds of exhibits to touch, look through, pick up, and tinker with, let curiosity be your compass to endless discoveries! Located in San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts, near the Golden Gate Bridge. <br><br>*Explore the science of music, through online exhibits, movies, and questions.<br>*Cassini-Huygens Mission: Explore Saturn, its rings and moons, and see the latest images. New in our online store! Saturn Cassini Poster.<br>*Sports Science: Get into gear for the Summer Olympics and Tour de France with The Science of Cycling<br>*Microscope Imaging Station: Explore living cells and embryos at our Microscope Imaging Station!<br>*Origins: Explore the places, people, tools, and ideas behind the origins of matter, the universe, and life itself.<br><br>Informal Learning and Schools<br>The Center for Informal Learning and Sch ools (CILS) supports the improvement of K-12 science education through the study of informal science learning. A collaboration of the Exploratorium, King's College London, and the University of California Santa Cruz, CILS offers Master's, Doctoral, and Post-Doctoral Programs, as well as an Informal Learning Certificate Program for Museum Educators. <br><br>Become a Museum Partner and reap the benefits of our innovative exhibitry and educational expertise. Exploratorium Partners share ideas and innovations, promoting a culture of learning that crisscrosses the United States and the world. <br><br>About the Exploratorium<br>Housed within the walls of San Francisco's landmark Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium is a collage of over 650 science, art, and human perception exhibits. The Exploratorium is a leader in the movement to promote museums as educational centers.

Editorial

  • In Short
    This playground provides a fun, interactive way to learn about the mysteries of science. Part of the Palace of Fine Arts, it's also a great chance to see some of San Francisco's historical architecture. Watch a cow's eye dissection, test your sense memory, examine fruit flies through a microscope, cavort in a shadow box and blow mega-bubbles. Or crawl, slide and stumble through the Tactile Dome, a pitch-black labyrinth that puts non-visual senses to the test.

  • 11/8/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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    North, Presidio