A trip to the always-free Randall Museum would be worth it just for the panoramic city views from the top of Corona Heights Park. But after a $9 million renovation in 2018, the science and nature museum has been revitalized. The new and improved space features a high-tech STEM lab, science and ceramics studios, and fully redesigned exhibit spaces. Check out the new kinetic sculpture in the lobby by local artist Ben Trautman—the graceful steel, aluminum, and wood mobile mimics a bird in flight. The museum is packed with kid-friendly exhibits and play spaces, including the toddler treehouse, the sprawling electric model railroad (featuring replicas of real Bay Area trains), and a live animal exhibit that contains coyotes, foxes, reptiles, and sea creatures.
|Venue name:||Randall Museum|
199 Museum St
|Cross street:||at Roosevelt Way|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 10am-5pm|
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