Exhibits – Bay Area Discovery Museum

Exhibits

Our exhibitions are research-backed playful learning experiences that inspire a passion for discovery in every child.

There are endless opportunities for exploration and joyful play. Plan your visit today!

All exhibits are included with general admission.

Regular Hours

Wednesday - Sunday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Member Hour: 9 – 10 a.m.
Closed Monday – Tuesday

The museum will be closing early at 3:30 p.m. on February 11.

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Cardboard City

Opens February 11

What will you add to our ever-growing city? Work with friends new and old to build epic sky-rises, narrow bridges, twisting tunnels and more. 

Iceless Skating

Now open!

Experience a winter wonderland in the Bay Area. Glide, twirl and wobble across an iceless pond. Enjoy all the fun of ice skating, without the fear of falling!

Paint My Ride

A car can be a canvas too! Work together to layer colorful paints, vibrant shapes and curious patterns and witness the transformation of a vehicle into a joyful, imaginative work of art.

Tot Spot

Infants and toddlers stretch their imaginations and satisfy their curiosity as they crawl, toddle, feel and hop their way through Bay and Forest themed environments designed just for them.

How Things Work

Reveal the extraordinary in the ordinary! Experience everyday items cut in half.

Gumnut Grove

Children experience the wonders of nature as they run, play and climb through 3 large treehouses nestled in the canopy of Fort Baker's majestic trees. Designed for our 5 - 10 year old visitors.

Try It Studio

Think, Make, Try® with your child in this unique new space!

Lookout Cove

Lookout Cove is a 2.5-acre interactive outdoor exploration area featuring natural elements and iconic Bay Area landmarks for children to play on. All Ages.

BADM Beach

Dig and explore the sand, engineer a sand sculpture, play or just relax in the sun (or fog) at the museum's very own beach with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge! 

Bay Hall

Children enjoy a playful simulation of the Ports of San Francisco and Oakland. Bay Hall features boats, the wharf, and an underwater tunnel, plus vintage train sets. All ages.

Mud Kitchen

In Mud Kitchen, children use pots, pans, baking sheets, and even an old school stove to whip up mud pies, mud cakes, and more.

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