Storybook Characters Visit BADM - Bay Area Discovery Museum

Storybook Characters Visit BADM

Join us for one last weekend of storybook character visits with Llama Llama!

This Labor Day, visit Llama Llama, the beloved character from the popular children’s book series and Netflix show, at the museum for story times, meet-and-greets, and photo opportunities! Kids will have the chance to see their favorite imaginary characters brought to life, while enjoying an engaging literary experience!

Llama Llama
Saturday – Monday, September 1-3

Meet-and-Greets: Story Times:
10 – 10:45 a.m 11 – 11:15 a.m.
11:15 – 11:45 a.m 1 – 1:15 p.m.
12 – 12:45 p.m.
1:15 – 1:45 p.m.

Last Chance to Visit:

Join us Labor Day weekend for you last chance to try out our summer program, Paint Your Front Yard, visit the traveling exhibit Sid The Science Kid: The Super-Duper Exhibit!and say goodbye to the Bonnie Boat before our new boat arrives in the fall!


Visitor Information:


Parking

Parking at the Bay Area Discovery Museum is always free for all visitors. When you arrive, you’ll find parking in one of the paved or gravel lots in front of the museum.


Admission/Entrance

After walking through the gates to BADM’s campus, head inside the entry pavilion. There, front desk staff will help you with your admission and answer any questions you may have, before you head off to explore the rest of the museum.

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Hours

Sunday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Member Hour: Saturday 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.

September 3, Labor Day: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Programs and Exhibits

Each day, BADM Museum Educators lead STEM and Art programs throughout the site, which are influenced by the latest early learning research, and led by our friendly staff of Museum Educators.

Our on-site permanent and traveling exhibitions are designed for more open-ended exploration, and are a chance for you and your child to discover new interests together.


Bathrooms

All bathrooms are equipped with changing tables.


Food On-Site

Visitors are welcome to purchase food at our on-site café, Bean Sprouts, or to bring their own food with them when they visit. All food, whether purchased on-site or brought from home, must be enjoyed inside Bean Sprouts Café or at the picnic benches and tables located throughout the museum.


Stroller Policy

Strollers are not allowed inside buildings for safety reasons. Designated stroller parking areas are indicated by signs on-site.


Text Alerts

To stay up-to-date on the schedule of activities during the day of your visit, please sign up for our text alerts by texting ‘badm’ to 55702 when you arrive at BADM.


Visiting in All Weather

A visit to BADM is just as much fun in the rain as in the sun! On rainy days, our indoor activities and exhibition spaces provide visitors with plenty to do, and umbrellas are available for your use to keep you dry as you walk from space to space.


Access and Outreach

At BADM, part of our responsibility as a nonprofit is to ensure that we are serving a diverse community of children and their families. We do this through a variety of different access initiatives and outreach programs.

Museums for All: Museums for All enables low-income families to visit BADM for $1 per person with the presentation of an Electronic Benefits Card.

Free First Wednesday: BADM offers free admission to all visitors on the first Wednesday of each month.

Family Access Membership: Reduced-cost memberships are available to families who qualify, and offer all the same benefits as a Family Membership. More information about this membership level is available here.

School and Community Programs: BADM’s School and Community Programs team identifies opportunities to bring the BADM experience to students throughout the Bay Area, with on-site visits, library programs, and more.


Membership

Purchasing a BADM membership is the best way to take advantage of the endless opportunities you have to encourage your child’s natural curiosity while on-site. For more information on BADM membership levels and benefits, please visit our membership page.


Directions

The Bay Area Discovery Museum is located in Fort Baker, at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. If you use Google Maps to find us, you will get the best directions when you enter “Bay Area Discovery Museum,” and not our mailing address, into the search field. For more detailed information on getting here, please visit our directions page.

Bay Area Discovery Museum
557 McReynolds Road
Sausalito, CA 94965