Hayward California Museums
The Bay Area Discovery Museum is located at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge and is a unique children's museum. Most visitors know it as home to the California Natural History Museum, but it is also a science and technology museum.
The Civic Auditorium on Larkin and Grove Street is home to the Bay Area Museum of Natural History, San Francisco Public Library and California Historical Society.
The Hayward Area Historical Society is on 22701 Main St. The museum is located on Commercial Street and is open on public holidays. The museum's souvenir shops are open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 12 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays. All museums are open on weekdays from 9 am to 6 pm, on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm and on public holidays from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Nearby is the Wells Fargo Building, the place where they brought gold to the West, and it houses a number of historic buildings, including the San Francisco Bay Bridge. Nearby are the American Museum of Natural History and the California Historical Society. Chinese contributions and notes on events at the museum, as well as an exhibition on Chinese history in California.
For information about the Hayward Area Historical Society, call 510-581-0223 or visit www. Haywardareahistory.org. Click on this link to go to the museum website, where you will find a summary of the sights, prices, times and directions.
A scientist and informal educator who worked in classrooms that served as classrooms in gardens, schoolyards, museums, aquariums and zoos. Allie Stephens is a member of the Hayward Area Historical Society and the Bay Area Museum of Natural History.
Patricia received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences from John F. Kennedy University and her Master of Arts in Natural History from the University of California, Berkeley. In 2013, she earned a Master of Science in Environmental Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Management from the University of San Francisco. After completing his bachelor's degree and master's degree at UC Berkeley's School of Public Policy and Management, he explored the potential for a museum.
Madeleine studied at the University of California, Berkeley's School of Public Policy and Management and worked for two years at the Computer History Museum in San Francisco. She has written about programming for Tech Interactive and helped launch a new initiative with the Museum of Computer History, and is now a board member and senior curator in the Museum's Computer Science and Technology Department. She has also worked for the California Museum of Natural History and the Bay Area Historical Society.
Over the years, Amy has had the opportunity to work with the California Museum of Natural History and the Bay Area Historical Society to bring California stories to students, faculty, staff and visitors to the museum and other California museums. Previous board positions include studies at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Policy and Management. Institutions include the San Francisco Institute of Technology, California State University, San Diego, the UC Berkeley Center for the Study of Science and Technology (CSU), and UC Santa Barbara's College of Engineering.
After all, attending a Paranormal Investigation Night is not the same as rocking out on Wednesday afternoon at the museum as "the same local historian." I had the opportunity to meet her after attending the "Night of Paranormal Investigations" at the Bay Area Historical Society's California Museum of Natural History in Santa Barbara.
Almost every major city now has a children's museum, and many of the adult museums have special exhibits and activities designed specifically for children. They try to appeal to a wide range of ages and interests so that parents can take the whole family with them and there is something for everyone. There used to be no children's museums and most regular museums were not very child-friendly.
Children's museums tend to offer a nice mix of science and art, but not all artworks are rated G or even PG. When I visited my growing up museum, almost all the exhibits were hand-made - bebed - and there were a variety of subjects on which I focused.
The Tribune archive contains photos, newspaper clippings and other items illustrating the history of the East Bay. Dees grew up with more than 500 cameras, which are rotating and have long been exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Oakland Museum.
On West Market Street, home to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Oakland Museum and Bay Area Historical Society.
The Museum of the Jewish Community was founded to present artistic interpretations of Jewish culture and tradition. One combines a gallery with Jewish painters from across the Bay Area, a museum with an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures, artworks and works on paper. The journey into the museum field began when I absorbed the history of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Oakland Museum. Jewish cultural themes and manage the diverse collections of painting, sculpture, drawings, prints, ceramics and working paper as well as the collections and archives of other museums.