California Academy of Sciences
The science complex in Golden Gate Park installed the cameras a few months back and they offer awesome image quality of the blacktip reef sharks and bamboo sharks inside the museum’s shallow enclosure. Viewers can toggle between reef and lagoon views while getting a description of the sharks and their roomies (mostly rays and smaller fish).
One of the things that makes a great science exhibit deserving of that tag is its enduring appeal for everyone. Go with a kindergartener or a grandmother and you’ll see just what we mean.
Ladies, we know that almost nothing is as fun as getting together with our girlfriends, and where we go is an important detail. Whether celebrating something new or just kicking back with friends, San Francisco offers tons of nightspots ideal for ladies’ night out.
Two Bay Area scientists are set to unveil a groundbreaking mammal, which was found by accident. It’s related to elephants and can fit in the palm of your hand.
Formal dress is only required for the animals for those celebrating World Penguin day in the Bay Area. We honestly didn’t know the celebration existed until today – perhaps Penguin Awareness day (held in January, apparently) should have tipped us off? So where can you actually see penguins in Northern California?
San Francisco’s glittering new Exploratorium played host to a battle of brains Wednesday night as the crew from the California Academy of Sciences made the trip across town for a trivia night showdown.
On the rare occasion that the weather turns sour in San Francisco, it’s easy to keep the kids entertained indoors. Check out this list for five great bad weather options for entertaining kids in the city.
Say bye bye to summer with some kid-friendly city events that almost guarantee a memorable last weekend before the kids go back to school.
See what’s happening at Bay Area zoos and aquariums.
Numerical celebrations are planned throughout the Bay Area for the mathematical Pi Day on Thursday.