Bay Area Science Festival: Discovery Day in SF - 510 Families

Bay Area Science Festival: Discovery Day in SF

Head to Oracle Park for Discovery Day, part of The Bay Area Science Festival. This in-person, all-ages event will feature 100 hands-on science experiments, games, and demonstrations where visitors can:

  • interact with robot in the Robot Zoo,
  • use food to model how vaccines work,
  • look inside themselves with thermal imaging,
  • create a mini-water tornado,
  • learn how neurons communicate with each other,
  • meet scientific role models who are changing the world,
  • and more! See the daily schedule > 

Bay Area Science Festival
Explore how technology, like VR video games, are used to support health treatments | Photo: by Maurice Ramirez via Bay Area Science Festival

The Bay Area Science Festival takes place April 21-30. Kids, teens and adults are able to discover the ways science, technology, engineering and math influence everyday life. The festival includes in-person and virtual events across the Bay Area, including Oakland Zoo, UC Berkeley, USCF’s Maker Lab and other locations. Two Discovery Days, one in San Francisco on April 24 and another in the East Bay on April 30, are the marquee events.

To learn more about Discovery Days and The Bay Area Science Festival or to see a schedule of events, click here >

Parking available on site for $20-$30. Food and drink concessions available for purchase.

Bay Area Science Festival at Oracle Park
Bay Area Science Festival offers more than 100 hands-on science experiments, games, and demonstrations | Photo: Bay Area Science Festival

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Sun April 24, 2022
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Oracle Park 24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco
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Contact: Bay Area Science Festival

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