Classes and Camps
Classes and Camps for Kids of All Ages
Randall Museum classes and camps offer adults and children an opportunity to explore a variety of art and science subjects including ceramics, woodworking, arts and crafts, and theater arts, along with technical, physical and biological sciences, and more. Students learn and work in newly refurbished workshops using specialized tools and equipment. Adults and kids receive guidance from experienced instructors.
Drop-in classes allow participants the flexibility of participating in one-time workshops without having to sign up in advance for an ongoing multiple week class. Drop-in classes are ideal for families, visiting grandparents and friends to get a chance to share the experience of creating with their children and grandchildren. It’s also a way for kids to try out a science or art subject and learn something new.
Our drop-in classes serve ages 14 months through adults. Please check the ages and adult participation requirements for each drop-in activity you are interested in.
Randall Museum classes are organized by age group and subject. We have family classes for children 14 months-3 years and 3-5 years accompanied by a participating adult. These classes are held in the mornings and on Saturdays. Our youth classes, for ages 6-12, are held after school and Saturdays. Teen classes are also held after school and on Saturdays. Most adult classes are held in the evenings, finishing by 10 p.m. and on weekends.
Family Classes, offered on both Saturdays and weekdays, provide an opportunity for preschool and school-aged children and their adults to explore a variety of arts and crafts together. Favorites include “Parent/Child Woodworking,” “Families Exploring Ceramics,” and “Little Artists.”
Youth Classes are from 1-10 weeks in length, after school and on Saturdays. Special sessions and workshops are often scheduled during spring and winter school vacations. These classes are for kids, usually between ages 6 and 17. Popular courses include “Randall Clay Club,” “Robotic Challenge,” and “Kids’ Woodworking.”
Teen & Adult Classes provide opportunities for teens 16 and older and adults to explore such varied topics as “Zen and Sawdust,” “Telescope Making,” and “Clay Extravaganza.” Sessions typically meet 8-10 times on evenings and Saturdays. Teens are welcome in some adult classes; check the individual class description for age requirements.
Randall Museum has the best kids summer camps in San Francisco! Randall Museum’s fantastic summer camps for children include a wide range of hands-on science, art, technology, nature study, and physical play.