The Randall Museum offers youth and adults opportunities for active involvement and recreation
in an integrated program of arts and sciences. Focusing on the cultures and environment
of the San Francisco Bay Area, the Museum strives to inspire creativity, curiosity, and appreciation
of the world around us.
The Randall Museum houses changing science, art, and interactive exhibits. Permanent areas
of the Museum include a live animal exhibit, a woodshop, art and ceramics studios, a lapidary
workshop, a 188-seat theater, a greenhouse, and gardens.
The museum's main floor, including the grounds, lobby, deck, animal exhibit, restrooms, theater,
and art and ceramics studios, is wheelchair accessible. Call (415) 554-9600 or email
for accessibility information about specific facilities or programs.
In order to allow persons with asthma and multiple chemical sensitivities to attend, please
refrain from wearing perfumes and other scented products when visiting the Randall Museum.
Pets are not permitted on museum grounds.
The Randall Museum is owned and operated by the
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, which prohibits
discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, gender identity,
sexual orientation, or disability in its program activities. If persons believe they may
have been discriminated against in any department activity, program, or facility they may file a
complaint with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, 501 Stanyan St., San Francisco,
CA 94117 or the Department of the Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior,
Washington, D.C. 20240.