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BADM will close for annual maintenance September 10 to September 21. Located at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, the nationally recognized Bay Area Discovery Museum is a one-of-a-kind indoor/outdoor family museum that offers a full range of...more
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We have a 6 and 8 old which is about the oldest I would take kids here. There were a couple fun art stations, but most of the indoor activities are geared for younger kids. There is an amazing outdoor area for the kids to...More
We decided to stop in here after we drove across the Golden Gate Bridge (and thanks to reviews on trip advisor). I wasn’t sure there would be enough to entertain our 13 month old, but as we’d spent a lot of time on ourselves during...More
Age range is about 3-8. There are creativity areas; art areas; nature labs; design areas; research toys; science tools.
Fun times through exhibits, as my 6 1/2 grandson loved pretending fishing on the boat (like a REAL fisherman) who pretends to catch fish! playing in...More
Took our 2 1/2 year old grandson and had a blast. The museum consists of several building each housing different fun activities. There is a tot lot for little ones plus outdoor spots. Plus you can get a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge....More
We visited with our toddler and he loved it. So much for him to do. I agree with reviewers who say it’s not for older children. I would say up to about 6 years would be fine but older children would probably be bored. However...More
We took our two little ones here (2 and 1) and they had a ball. There is plenty to entertain very small kids so our 1-year-old, rather than simply following her brother around (as she often does at play places) found entertainment for herself -...More