The San Francisco Arts Commission and the
Museum announce the installation
of Windswept, a wind-driven kinetic façade by Charles Sowers.
Consisting of over 500 freely rotating directional arrows, Windswept
transforms a blank wall into a large-scale observational instrument that reveals
the complex interactions between the wind and the environment. The artwork was
funded by the Art Enrichment monies generated by the San Francisco Public
Utilities Commission’s capital projects.
Come visit Riding the Rails,
the Museum's scale model
of a caboose. Children can
it and pretend to be riding the rails. Also open
is an urban rail exhibit with models of San Francisco
landmark buildings where visitors can guide model trains
on railroad tracks.
Be sure to check out our relief passenger car with interactive panels about the Transcontinental Railway. Riding the Rails
permanent display in the lobby entrance of the Golden Gate Model Railroad.
Year-round, you can check out a full size replica of an earthquake refugee shack,
visit native California wild animals, and learn more about the wide variety of programs that the Randall Museum offers at the Creativity & Discovery exhibit.
Summer Class Session
begins in June!
Summer class registration begins
for Randall Museum members May 11th,
at 10 am. Registration for the
general public begins May 18th at 10 am.
for information about
Click here for information
teen & adult classes.
Create your own Family Account
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Proof of age is required for summer camp and age sensitive classes. You may also
Download and complete a
Family Account Form and mail or fax it with proof of age to the museum.
We are so thankful for our visitors, members and sponsors
all year long. If you are grateful for the Randall Museum and the vital role it
plays in the lives of San Francisco families, please consider making a donation
to the Randall Museum Friends today. Thank you so much!
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