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Small, free museum. Even though it for kids, I still like it. They have rescued animals. Great views and picnic tables outside. Sometimes I just pop in for a minute while on a walk.
A kid’s museum that is small and cute and free and in walking distance. Walk over in the morning for coffee in the café with a view (opens at 10; closed Mondays and Sundays)
Nice local museum for kids - exhibits and live animals. Recently opened after a long renovation.
Randall Museum is free (donation based) and for families, but I think it's fun for adults too. They have a live raccoon, barn owl, fish, snakes, turtles, birds, petting zoo with rabbits, chickens and guinea pigs. Affordable coffee & lates compared to the rest of the city and a breath taking view of…
Great little *free* museum with live animals, interactive displays and a big train set in the basement. Nice grounds with a picnic area outside.
Randall Museum of science and nature in San Francisco offers live animal exhibits, classes and activities in science and art for all ages. Free admission. A good place to take kids to
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