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6 Unique things to do in San Francisco for Valentine's Day

SF Chronical Wine Competition

Wine country gets even closer to the bay with this annual event. The event is on the 13th and is a fantastic start to a passionate Valentine’s weekend. 236 more words

Tinkering at the Exploratorium

by Melissa Zabel

Over the past few years, the number of making and tinkering spaces in museums skyrocketed! These spaces allow visitors to learn by doing, make mistakes, solve problems, and think outside the box. 506 more words

Museum Studies

(A Belated) Welcome to San Francisco

It finally feels like life in San Francisco is settling down. It’s become more of the new normal and less Google Maps-reliant. I have all my bedroom furniture, don’t feel totally clueless at work and even bought a wicker basket from The Container Store (which is what I imagine people do when they have their lives together). 285 more words

Life Update

The Black/White divide - San Francisco

In 1981, they’re finally realizing a long-held dream—a trip to San Francisco. Their hotel is half a block from Union Square, an ideal location to visit and appreciate much of what the city has to offer—Pier 29, Lombard Street, the Exploratorium which delights the adults as much as it does the kids, the cable car museum. 239 more words


The Exploratorium, San Francisco

WE’RE almost at the end of our San Francisco trip! One of our last stops in the city was the Exploratorium, a massive science and discovery centre located at Piers 15 and 17, Embacadero. 391 more words


SF Exploratorium!

 We were very fortunate to be able to experience yet another Moore Journey for the 2015 Holiday Season. For this trip JD (our son) and I took off just before Christmas and headed south to the San Francisco bay area to visit family. 280 more words

Family Portrait, Exploratorium

“Come with me
And you’ll be
In a world of
Pure imagination
Take a look
And you’ll see
Into your imagination”

                          -Willy Wonka

Stepping in to the Exploratorium in San Francisco must be at least a little like stepping into Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. 190 more words

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