The Exploratorium is a world-renowned, playful learning laboratory of provocative exhibits & experiences that ignite curiosity & transform the way people learn. We are temporarily closed as we relocate from the Palace of Fine Arts. Our grand reopening at Pier 15 is Wedn...
An amazing building of science omg. Just perfect. I would advise at least 3 hours to get he complete experience.
Nice museum, really funny !
Don't miss out on the section upstairs. My favorite was the camera obscura !!
It's a great experience for your senses. A must visit.
Wonderful place so enjoyable👍
The fee to enter is a bit exorbitant but there are some cool stuff
The Exploratorium, an interactive science museum, is great family fun. Test your sense of touch in the darkness at the Tactile Dome.
Its awesome, it will tale you several hours to be able to see most attractions.
One of SF's best attractions
Great museum worth an entire afternoon of playing and exploring!
WOW. Probably one of my favorite hands on science museums out there. Make a lot of time and try the tactile dome.
Más de 600 instalaciones para tocar todo!
Questo posto è ipnotico... non ci si annoia mai! Arte e scienza fuse in un connubio a tratti inaspettatamente geek!
Not to be missed specially if you have kids. Adults will like it to
Lots of fun and their weekly social lubrication nighttime drinking event is great fun.
Great place to hang out on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon
Very interesting and fun
Lovely place to re-energize your brain juices! It's amazing how little you know :p
I recommend spending a whole day here. So much to explore. Kids love it, and so do this 27-yr-old adult. You will have so much FUN.
A playground disguised as a museum. Get in touch with the inquisitive child in you and try the tactile dome if you're not claustrophobic or afraid of darkness ! It's worth it.
Great place even for adults. Lots of science based experiments to touch
Great for kids!
The Exploratorium is so much fun. Go on the 1st Thursday of the month for late night. Also, get the tacos and the potatoes bravos!
Awesome place and they serve alcohol as well
Interactive, fun, and worth the money.
Museum para crianças totalmente interativo! Diversão certa
best museum to explore and learn how the world is and why! A must-visit for kids & not only! Will take you at least three to fours hours to see and discover all exhibits!
This is the best hands-on science/nature experience I've ever seen - great for young and old.
The Cloud Chamber is so cool :it shows electrons and muons passing through! #science
It's excellent and educational for everyone. Also perfect for Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy majors.
Really fun. I loved to play with the experiments. The infrared camera was so cool, showed how my boyfriend has hotter hands than I have
Muy divertido para los niños.
You can spend here days and not see it all. Great experience for entire family
Cuando entre fui solo y pense que iba a salir en 5 minutos, dado que pareciera ser para chicos solo. Pero adentro te quedas apasionado con lo que ves. Si vas con niños mejor (ellos exploran mas).
science museum. adult cocktails on thursdays.
Make sure you have a few hours to spare and a lot of energy before entering. It's a big place, don't burn yourself out on the first few rooms of exhibits.
For best crowd free viewing, come when it's not raining. A sprinkle or two and half the city shows up.
Don't miss the ice crystals under the polarized lenses. Who knew watching water freeze could be mesmerizing?
Great for kids
Drink water from a toilet! ;) Fun place for kids and adults, lots of different exhibits and things to play with. The magnetic sand is my fave!
Прекрасные физические эффекты для широкой аудитории. Билетик действует и на следующий день тоже.
Great for kids of all ages!
Pais, quando vierem a São Francisco, tragam seus filhos no Exploratorium!
Possibly the best Science Museum I have ever visited. Very engaging activities and plenty for all young and old.
I felt like a kid again. Don't miss the outdoor playground.
The Mecca of Science Museums. Take note of how much their staff and artists can do with no words, no context. Think about how each exhibit pulls you in by just existing.