The Lawrence Hall of Science

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1 Centennial Dr., Berkeley, CA 94720 1 Centennial Dr., Berkeley Directions
+15106425132
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Report | 10 days ago
We have been to the Lawrence Hall of Science twice this month, that's how much my toddler loves this place. In particular he loves the nano matters exhibit, the wind powere and windmill section, the lab, etc.
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So much fun for the kids - lots of fun and interesting things to do, and plenty of indoor and outdoor space to run around.
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We loved the great view of the Bay Area and the outdoor exploration garden. Very well done.
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This was a great experience for my family and I. My son, who is 7 loved it. The 3-D movies were especially great.
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Take the kids, let then explore.
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Great place for kids!!!
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Control crowds in the summer time - more areas for the younger kids...it got very crowded with unruly groups of kids who were minimally supervised.
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What a great place for kids and an amazing view. Pack lunch or grab something from their cafeteria and enjoy lunch outside with the view of the bay!
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I used to come here as a child. I brought my neices and my mom and had a great time. Love this place and all the great exhibits.
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we will be going back.
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Established in 1968 in honor of Ernest Orlando Lawrence, UC Berkeley's first Nobel laureate, The Lawrence Hall of Science aims to inspire the scientists and innovators of the future. Their hands-on exhibits allow children and adults to see and touch a fascinating variety of displays and projects. The animated, interactive Science On a Sphere globe, for example, uses actual scientific data to depict the expanding wave patterns of tsunamis and the surface of Mars. To learn more about seismic activity, guests head to the Forces That Shape the Bay outdoor park to explore erosion and the geology of the Bay Area. Kids can climb atop a life-size model whale or through the double helix of a huge DNA sculpture, or work with UC Berkeley students and staff to design and build a prototype in the Ingenuity Lab.

The museum also sparks imaginations with an interactive planetarium and the National Geographic 3D Theater. Its affiliation with the university makes it an ideal spot for educational camps and classes, as well as community events, including a robotics competition.

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