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End summer with science: Immerse yourself in the natural world at the California Academy of Sciences’ annual Teen Science Night, a teen takeover night at the museum. Youth (ages 13-18) are invited to come explore the world of science at this free, fun-filled event.
About Teen Science Night
Teen Science Night is the nation's largest teen-only museum event. Each year, the California Academy of Sciences welcomes 2,000 teens into the museum to learn about science and nature. Attendees have the chance to freely explore the exhibits and engage with over a dozen local teen organizations about science, technology, art, and music.
Teen Science Night is a free-choice learning event without scheduled programs. Teens who visit can choose what to learn about and when. Every Teen Science Night features a local teen DJ and interactive programs designed by youth leaders from across the Bay Area. The evening wraps up with a dance party and raffle.
- Only teens (ages 13-18) are admitted to Teen Science Night. Parents and other adults are not permitted (with the exception of chaperones and teachers from partnering organizations).
- The event is free and tickets must be reserved in advance.
- Guests and bags are subject to inspection.
Teen Science Night 2018
Teen Science Night 2018 will take place on Friday, August 17, 2018 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
Register below via EventBrite to secure your ticket. The event may fill up, so make sure to RSVP as soon as possible.
Chabot Space & Science Center, The Marine Mammal Center, de Young Museum, Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Mix @ SFPL, Teen Tech SF, Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, KQED, SF Opera, Presidio Trust, Outward Bound California, Sf Department of the Environment, Horizons School of Technology, LocoBloco, Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture
The Academy provides a variety of out-of-school-time programs for middle and high school-aged youth, with applications opening seasonally.