Aquarium of the Bay -- Explore the wonders of the Bay as you walk through 300-feet of crystal clear tunnels surrounded by sharks, eels, octopus and thousands of marine animals indigenous to its waters.
It is an adventure of discovery and learning that brings you face-to-face with San Francisco's fascinating marine life.
Children's Creativity Museum -- The Exploratorium -- Check out the world's largest hands-on science exhibit, located at Pier 15 on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Railroad Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of steam and passenger railroad equipment, and the interpretation of local railroad history. The Legion of Honor displays an impressive collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. de Young Museum -- Set in Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum is San Francisco's oldest public museum, dating back to the 1894 Midwinter Exposition.
Go City Kid --Look here for loads of family-friendly activities, after school fun, and outdoor adventures in San Francisco. Click here to find out what their current exhibits are. Checkout their Web page to find out admission prices and free days.
Alcatraz Island -- Visit the famous penitentiary, turned tourist attraction, in the San Francisco Bay.
Alcatraz once housed the most notorious criminals in America!
Naturalists are on hand to answer questions and encourage exploration.
The Asian Art Museum -- It is the largest museum in the western world exclusively devoted to the arts and cultures of Asia.Angel Island State Park -- Official site for the Park.Look here for information and find out about Angel Island's history including its use as an immigration station.The Museum of the City of San Francisco -- A Resource Center for Bay Area History.The Asian's permanent collections represent over 40 Asian countries spanning 6,000 years of history.Their Web page has times, admission costs, and a map to help you find your way.