It is no secret that we’re big fans of the Lawrence Hall of Science. We are super excited to report that Lawrence Hall of Science is reopening outdoors this summer starting Memorial Day weekend.
Calling it Summer Fundays at The Lawrence, they’ll be open Fridays through Sundays with outdoor hands-on science activities and ingenuity challenges. As always, the climb-on DNA double helix sculpture and magical Bay Area views will be an added bonus.
Science Themes for Summer Fundays at The Lawrence Hall of Science
Friday, May 28 – Sunday, June 27: Motion Commotion
Learn about motion, energy, and mechanics while designing, building, and testing your own creations, including ramps, catapults, and pinball machines, all made out of everyday materials!
Thursday, July 1–Sunday, July 25: Math Madness
Engage in hands-on math activities while exploring angles, patterns, structures, and shapes to construct your own designs!
Thursday, July 29–Sunday, August 15: Fun in the Sun
Discover the science of sunlight while you’re having fun in the sun! Observe light and shadow through a series of solar science activities!
Plan your visit to The Lawrence
Dates: May 28 – August 15, 2021, on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays with additional Thursdays starting in July (except for major holidays).
Admission: $16 (free for members, those under age three, and UCB students & faculty)
There is an ample parking lot but it costs extra. Because the entire experience takes place in the outdoor plaza, we easily wheeled our gear around in the wagon.