Fostering a love of science, nature, and the arts
Summer Camp Registration
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 sfrecpark.org/register
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.
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.
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.