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Habitot Children's Museum - the East Bay's best place for young children, offering hands-on exhibits, a drop-in art studio and special weekend events that are geared especially for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Habitot also schedules children's classes, parenting workshops, group field trips and birthday parties.|
Hall of Health - a community health-education museum and science center dedicated to promoting wellness and individual responsibility for health. The philosophy of the Hall of Health is that health and human biology go hand in hand: an understanding of how the body works provides a meaningful context for all of the practices that promote good health. Each year over 12,000 children visit the Hall of Health on classroom field trips with volunteer docents who give presentations, lead discussions and help visitors use the exhibits.
Lawrence Hall of Science
Pony Rides - Take your kids to ride on the ponies and then to the Carousel, they'll love it and you'll love the other, more adult oriented attractions at Tilden, such as beautiful hikes through the forest and explorations through the botanic gardens. Tilden Merry-Go-Round - Come take a ride on a historic old-fashioned carousel and be transported to the days of classic carnivals. This beautiful antique merry-go-round was built by craftsman Herschel Spillman in 1906 and it's one of the few left in the US. It has hand-carved horses and other animals to ride on, nostalgic carnival style music cranking out of a huge organ and a ring toss game you can play while riding.
Chabot Space & Science Center -an innovative teaching and learning center focusing on astronomy and the space sciences and the interrelationships of all sciences. Its observatory, planetarium, exhibits, and natural park setting are a place where a diverse population of students, teachers, and the public can imagine, understand, and learn to shape their future through science.