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Exploratorium Free Community Day



The Exploratorium rules. Everyone who has been there – whether it was at the former Palace of the Arts site, or at the current Embarcadero location – understands how special this museum is. With over 600 interactive exhibits, there’s no shortage of activities to stimulate your mind and senses here; well, your senses and the senses of every other patron, which adds up to nearly 180 million people from all around the world every year. And sure, Thursday nights when Exploratorium After Dark takes place are great for the child-free set, but this Sunday is offering a different kind of exciting opportunity — the rare free day. The museum just offered such a day for those affected by the North Bay fires but now even us more fortunate people get to reap the benefits of this 21st century learning laboratory and of its eye-opening, always-changing exhibits. Hope to see you there!

If You Go

When: Sunday, October 22
Where: Exploratorium, Pier 15, Embarcadero at Green St.
San Francisco, CA. 94111
Cost: Free
exploratorium.edu


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