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Every Thursday, the museum stays open late for NightLife, which is an awesome way to see the place without swarms of kids running around. Sip on cocktails while gazing at jellyfish, an albino alligator, and other creatures in the aquarium. Arrive early to score planetarium tickets, and don’t miss the rainforest housed inside a 90-foot glass dome. Don’t be afraid to wear fancy threads to this. Check the website for that week’s theme, because the museum goes all out with decor and drinks to match.
What do you get when you put an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest and natural history museum in the heart of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park?
Museum, rainforest, aquarium, planetarium and more all in one. It might not sound impressive to some, but it definitely is. Children and adults will both enjoy this extravagant site.
CAL academy in Golden Gate Park is a great place for all ages. It has interactive exhibits, a giant butterfly garden you can go into, an aquarium, planetarium, and more!
Science is cool but what about watching gigantic fish flying over your head with a cocktail in hand and DJ in the background? How about in a tropical forest with butterflies landing on your shoulder? Every Thursday night California Academy of Sciences opens up for adults for a night party. Great for…
“Wonderful museum. Make sure to go to the top of the tower for an amazing view of the City. ”
“What to say? One of the great parks of the United States. Just head down the hill to Kezar Stadium (at the very bottom of Willard Street) and you'll see the GGP right beyond it (walk around Kezar to the west to enter the park). You can also enter on Stanyan and Haight (and at many other points). Enjoy the Academy of Sciences, de Young Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, Stow Lake, the Conservatory of Flowers (great night time light shows in the summer and winter) and many, many other features of the park.”
“The Conservatory of Flowers is a gigantic greenhouse of exotic plants in Golden Gate Park. It was built in 1878 and survived the 1906 Earthquake. After being damaged by storms in 1996, the Conservatory was taken apart piece by piece and restored using old growth redwood that had fallen or had been left behind by loggers. With a Hall of Flowers inside, stunning green ramparts of flowers and grass outside, and a Dahlia garden that will take your breath away when in season, the Conservatory is a favorite place for San Franciscans to picnic and enjoy the sun.”