School Field Trips
The Randall is perched almost on top of the Corona Heights hill, offering majestic views of San Francisco, the bay and East Bay cities! There is plenty of open space to have an outside lunch or go for a hike. Don’t forget about the States Street playground just below the museum for afternoon activities.
The Randall Museum offers many field trip programs to compliment your classroom educational goals. Meet some of our live California animals or delve deep into a science concept. Field trip registration fees also allow your students to explore the Museum’s exhibits. Programs are discounted for public schools. Discount Code: “Public”
HOW to REGISTER
Use the Registration Calendar below to pick a day you wish to visit the Randall Museum. Click the day and then choose from the list the program for your class. You will be taken to Eventbrite to finish the registration process.
Science Sessions (Unavailable until 2018-19 school year)
Science sessions are an in-depth exploration of a simple science topic for grades 1-5. Look below at our class description to find the right session for your students. Science sessions are specifically designed to follow Next Generation Science Standards.
Get an up-close introduction to some of our live animals in one of our themed 45 minute Animal Presentations. This program is geared for grades K-3 and groups of up to 25.
Self Guided Tours
Science Session Guides
Click on the science field trip title of your choice to download preparatory questions for your students.
- Creepy Crawlies
- Green & Growing
- Air & Wind
- Electricity and Electromagnets
- Renewable Energy
- Science of Sound
- Before San Francisco
- Earthquake and Water, Water Everywhere
- We also offer our popular Animal Presentations
- Download an animal exhibit scavenger hunt worksheet you can print out and duplicate to enhance your group’s experience.