Lawrence Hall of Science


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Perched on the hills facing the Bay, this kids' science museum has computers to explore the inside of your brain, a Young Explorers Area and a huge DNA model to scramble over. Fascinating temporary exhibits appeal to all ages. It's also a great spot for daytime views and evening stargazing. Don't miss the telescope and wind-driven organ pipes at the back.

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Lawrence Hall of Science details

Centennial Drive,
nr Grizzly Peak Boulevard

Area San Francisco

Telephone 1-510 642 5132

Lawrence Hall of Science website

Open 10am-5pm daily.

Admission $10; $5.50-$8 reductions; free under-3s.

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By Key Me In - Feb 11 2014

The Lawrence Hall of Science's admission prices have recently changed due to the extra cost of their new Xtreme BUGS exhibit. The new prices are as follows:

$17 Adults (ages 19–61)
$14 students/seniors/disabled (ages 7–18; 62-plus)
$11 Children (ages 3–6; children under 3 are admitted free)
$5 UC students and staff (with ID) and Guest pass holders
$10 Family pass holders
FREE visits for Members