Curiodyssey, San Mateo

1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401 Directions

You'll love the amazing San Mateo's CuriOdyssey, CA, with its numerous art pieces. Browse the latest art piece collections at this museum and appreciate some fine works of art.


Report | 2 years ago
They need more animals, and then they’d have 5 stars
Report | 3 years ago
Great small zoo
Report | 5 years ago
I actually like the place but I had a bad experience using the Groupon. I came a half and hour early then supposed to and the front desk said I had to wait outside. Which I understand. The kids were playing in the sand area and the employees come out to let me know my kids can’t look or play with anything till the designated time. By this time it’s only ten more minutes. How dare kids be curious
Report | 5 years ago
Great for ages 2 through 5yr. Specifically
Report | 8 years ago
This is a great place to take young children
Report | 9 years ago
Probably aimed to the 10 and under age group.
Report | 9 years ago
Plan to enjoy more then Curiodessy itself. The park is lovely and there is an awesome playground. We diodn't have enough time to enjoy it all.
Report | 9 years ago
It's expensive to park & the building is very small without very many stations/activities. The animals are great, but there aren't that many of them. The sea otter exhibit was closed, and this was not publicized on their website.
Report | 9 years ago
Bring a picnic/lunch. There's a nice shaded area to eat outdoors.
Report | 9 years ago
Best for younger kids, think primary grades and younger. It's like a mini Exploratorium/discovery museum/zoo.

About this Business

Art connoisseurs flock to San Mateo's CuriOdyssey, where you can catch a glimpse of some of the best and brightest. With its kid-friendly vibe, this museum is a great spot for families.

Easy parking is accessible for CuriOdyssey's customers. When you need some artistic inspiration, come check out the latest galleries at this art museum.

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