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The Exploratorium is a world-renowned, playful learning laboratory of provocative exhibits & experiences that ignite curiosity & transform the way people learn.
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Great place for kids! Offers immersive science exhibits that are creative and educational! Local favorite! Check out the Late Night Days which offer adult friendly fun with cocktails available.
One of our favorite places! So much to see, so much to do. Everything is interactive.
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