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Businiess name:  Palace Of Fine Arts
Review by:  stephanie l.
Review content: 
Where do I begin with this beautiful structure which is actually a very fun hands on museum inside? I've been going here since I was a young child, and have never been sick of the attractions. Where elese can you learn about static electricity, eels, magents, holograms all in one place? There are demonstrations of cow eye dissections, you can make resverations to the Tactile Dome, a pitch black maze, and after you can take the beautiful walk around the structure. Kids and adults alike can learn about everything science has to offer all while having a good time. There are so many fascinating things about the Exploritorium, that anyone visiting the San Francisco area should go find out for themselves. I recommend this to anyone who wants to learn something and have fun at the same time.

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