Lobby

Lobby   

The lobby features the museum front desk, a skylight, viewing hole in the floor, and a kinetic sculpture called “Wingspan” by Ben Trautman.

Café Josephine

Café Josephine   

The Randall Museum now offers healthy and tasty food services to the public during the day, with seating in adjacent in-door and out-door areas.

The Garage / STEAM Lab

The Garage / STEAM Lab   

Our newest studio space is one of the few public access STEAM Labs (Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Mathematics) in San Francisco. Equipment includes computers and Arduino devices for programming, robotics supplies, 3-D printers, CDC laser cutter, and more.

Natural Sciences Lab

Natural Sciences Lab   

This dedicated classroom for science programming is in a new location and has been outfitted with a variety of computers, microscopes and other science equipment suitable for classes, drop-in activities and experiments.

Redwood Ramp

Redwood Ramp   

Museum visitors experience the sounds of an Old Growth Redwood Forest and learn about specific animals and their frequencies.

Buckley Redwood Room

Buckley Redwood Room   

Our largest multi-purpose room on the main level of museum, offering beautiful views of San Francisco, is suitable for classes, field trips, meetings, rehearsals and private events.

Geology Exhibit

Geology Exhibit   

This new basement exhibit located directly below the viewing hole in the lobby floor is dedicated to teaching about geology’s general and specific impact on the environment. The north wall is home to the museum’s beloved Lego Shake Tables as well as a working Seismometer and Seismograph.

Ocean Exhibit

Ocean Exhibit   

Oceans now have their own dedicated exhibit space in the basement. Between four pillars visitors can see live specimens of local marine wildlife in tanks; adjacent walls will have both temporary and permanent exhibits.

Live Animal Exhibits

Live Animal Exhibits   

The exhibit groups live native California wildlife into four distinct California habitats — Chaparral, Desert, Riparian, and Urban. Our animals are well loved by staff and the public and are used to educate visitors about wildlife preservation.

Chaparral Animal Exhibit

Chaparral Animal Exhibit   

Urban Animal Exhibit

Urban Animal Exhibit   

Desert Animal Exhibit

Desert Animal Exhibit   

Riparian Animal Exhibit

Riparian Animal Exhibit   

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