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Onsite Classes

Fostering a love of science, nature, and the arts

Summer Camp Registration

Browse Randall Summer Camp Guide
Explore Summer Together SF Initiative

Priority Registration begins May 5 at 10am
Registration for all SFUSD students – May 8 at 10am
Registration for general public – May 8 at 12pm

Prior to registration, make sure you can log into your Rec & Park Account at

Randall at Home

Introducing Randall At Home – fun activities designed by Randall staff, with written out instructions and tips and ideas to stimulate curiosity while you are at home!

Come back often to discover videos, activities and more that will be revealed in the coming weeks.

virtual fieldtrips

Become a Member

Help the Randall Museum by making a donation to Randall Museum Friends. Your generous donation will help us offer more wonderful Randall Museum programs to Bay Area families.

Cafe Josephine To Go!

Adapting to the times, Cafe Josephine at the Randall Museum has created a special to-go menu that changes weekly, including the Be Well Immunity-Boosting Meal, and more! There is plenty of room on the patio for social distancing and the views are incredible.
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The Randall Museum is proud to host a number of clubs covering a wide range of interests in science and the arts, as well as occasional lecture series, one-time talks and special presentations. Most are free and open to the general public. None require a scientific or artistic background to appreciate and enjoy.

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Randall Museum Stands Against Hate

We Stand with the Asian Community Randall Museum and Randall Museum Friends condemn the recent anti-Asian violence that has occurred in the Bay Area and across our nation. To our visitors, members, volunteers,...

What Makes a Great Craft at Home for Kids?

Nancy Ellis has been with the Randall for 24 years! She has been part of countless Halloween Day, Bug Day and Winter Holiday Events, as well as the shift to online events during the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked her what...

Black Lives Matter & The Randall Museum’s Work

Black Lives Matter The Randall Museum Friends, the non-profit organization that supports the Randall Museum in San Francisco, condemns the police brutality that led to the murder of George Floyd and many other people...

Randall Museum UPDATE 3/18/2020 regarding SHELTER IN PLACE

Updated April 2, 2020   Dear Randall Community, I am sure you have heard that a new Shelter in Place order was issued Monday night for the City and County of San Francisco and other Bay area counties and will...

Important COVID-19 Information

Dear Randall Community, As the world addresses the issues around the Coronavirus, we wanted to take the opportunity to inform you that the Randall Museum is open for you and your family during our regularly scheduled...

What is the Randall Museum

The Randall Museum is more than just a natural history or science museum. Focusing on the cultures and environments of the San Francisco Bay Area, its integrated program of hands-on learning and recreation fosters a love of science, nature, and the arts. Classes include woodshop, art, science, and other STEM courses for children, teens, and adults. Exhibits display live animals in their habitats, oceans, earthquakes, and model trains.


Who is Josephine Randall?

Josephine D. Randall, San Francisco’s first Superintendent of Recreation, was determined to establish a nature museum for children “…that would foster a love of science, natural history, and the arts.”

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