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4.5 star rating: Recommended 333 Reviews

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  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Duration:  Flexible

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View from the Rooftop of de Young Museum.JPG

May 2013

View from the Living Roof. That's the deYoung Museum across the way.

Bandshell in the Music Concourse View from Rooftop.JPG

May 2013

View from the Living Roof. A band just finished up in the Music Concourse below.

Bizarre and Ancient Life.JPG

May 2013

Cool exhibit right by the planetarium

The Living Roof.JPG

May 2013

The day was beautiful and the views were great from the Living Roof

Tiny Arms and Built for Speed.JPG

May 2013

In the main lobby of the California Academy of Sciences

Scope of Built for Speed.JPG

May 2013

A good idea of the size of the catamaran

Oracle Boat from Ceiling.JPG

May 2013

It's really impressive!

Oracle Speed Specs.JPG

May 2013

Miniatures of what was hanging up above. Listed all the specs of these racers.

Orca Scientist.JPG

May 2013

They were assembling an orca skeleton while I was visiting and the staff member was very engaging with everyone that came by to watch

Interactive Speed Wall.JPG

May 2013

Cute interactive exhibit where you see how fish fins determine speed

Hull from Oracle Catamaran.JPG

May 2013

One of the Oracle Team USA's racing catamarans is suspended from the ceiling

Built for Speed Exhibit.JPG

May 2013

New Built for Speed Exhibit

An Albino Alligator

January 2013

It was not a large alligator but it certainly was unique. All white with red eyes. Like a lot of alligators and crocodiles they don't move very much most of the time but at least you could see it.

Frogs, frogs, everywhere

January 2013

There certainly where a lot of frogs on exhibit. Many unique frogs that I have never seen before; from tiny ones to very large ones. Very interesting.

Do you like spiders?

January 2013

This is a tarantula spider. I have never seen one before and this was quite big. The exhibit though was rather small.

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