|Voted "Best Museum on the Peninsula" by the Bay Area Parents Magazine, 2010 - 2013!|
|Kids are encouraged to touch and explore.|
|Each exhibit has educational signs that pose questions and explanations.|
|Parents get a break while their kids play at the sand and water table.|
|A Burrowing Owl|
|Bobcats - they had just finished wrestling.|
|A shy badger|
There are insects and reptiles on display too.
|A Black Widow|
|California King Snake|
CuriOdyssey is located in the Coyote Point Recreation Area, which could be a day trip destination all by itself. It is a beautiful area of small green meadows, eucalyptus trees, biking and walking paths - all overlooking the San Francisco Bay. We explored the Bluff Trail a little bit before heading home.
|The Coyote Point Marina|
|View of Foster city? Anyway, it was pretty.|
|Trails traverse the 149 acres of parkland|
CuriOdyssey Admission: $9 Adults
$7 Seniors (62+)
$7 Students (13-17)
$6 Children (2-12)
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Location: 1651 Coyote Point Dr.
San Mateo, CA 94401
We visited during the week, in the afternoon, so the museum was pretty quiet. But it's a trade-off; in the morning and on weekends, there are wildlife feedings and talks, which I'm sorry we missed. There are also weekend workshops, which take place on the second and fourth Saturday of the month from October through May. Which ever day you choose to go, you'll have fun.