Description:Offers environmental education through exhibits and wildlife habitats. The wildlife habitats feature live animals (100) native to the Bay Area. All animals - bobcats, raccoons, river otters, ring-tail cat, badger, snakes, reptiles and birds - are in naturalistic habits and are unreleasable. The museum also has science-based exhibits, educational classes, children's activities, volunteer-docent training programs, wildlife shows and animal talks. Formerly known as Coyote Point Museum for Environmental Education.
Public Transit:SAMTRANS stops within 2 miles.
1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401-1097 37.5906292 -122.3196377 Museums
Fees:Admission: $8 adult, $6 senior and students age 13-17, $4 age 2-12. Membership: $45 individual, $35 student/senior, $65 family. Cash and credit cards accepted.
Audience:Pre-kindergarten to 8th grade and families
How to Apply:At Web site or museum.
Service Wait Estimate:2-3 weeks.
- Alameda County
- Contra Costa County
- Marin County
- San Francisco County
- San Mateo County
- Santa Clara County