Reserve Tickets – Bay Area Discovery Museum

Reserve Tickets

Reserve Tickets

To reserve your visit, select the day you wish to visit. From there, select an entry time. There is no time limit to your visit, however, please arrive within the timeframe on your tickets.

Goblin Jamboree

Please Note: General Admission will be unavailable October 23 - 31 for Goblin Jamboree. Reserve Tickets to Goblin Jamboree.

General Admission

  • $1 – For EBT Cardholders ($1 per family member of the household)
  • $15 – Baby (ages 6-11 months)
  • $18 – Child (ages 1-17)
  • $18 – Adult (ages 18-64)
  • $16 – Senior (ages 65+)

Need assistance reserving member tickets? Watch this instructional video.

Regular Hours

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

Free Day

The next BADM Free Day is November 3, 2021.


  • Make sure you’re registered for our site.
  • To receive your member discount make sure to sign in and choose “Member Adult” and “Member Child” tickets.

General Admission

  • Reserve your tickets for a time slot between 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Membership pays for itself in 3 visits! Join today to reserve your free member tickets.

Admission Pass or Discount

  • Reservations using a free admission pass or one of BADM’s discounts must be requested 72 hours in advance.
  • Request the time you would like to visit at least 72 hours in advance. Our staff processes these requests Wed-Sun, 9am-4pm.
  • You must you must bring the physical pass or proof of discount, along with your tickets, the day of your visit in order to be allowed into the museum. You’ll need to pay for general admission if you’re unable to present your pass or proof of discount the day of your visit.
  • Find a full list of our admission discounts here.

We're working hard to keep our visitors and staff safe. Here are some things to know before your visit:

  •  Read our COVID Site Policies.
  •  Face Coverings are optional outdoors for all visitors. Indoors, all visitors 2 years and older are required to wear a face covering regardless of vaccination status. Face Shields are not an acceptable face covering (for children or adults).
  • Groups larger than 10 are not allowed at this time. Exceptions apply to Discover-It-Yourself Field Trips. Learn More
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