CuriOdyssey at Coyote Point

Raziel Ungar

Raziel Ungar

November 29th, 2011 - 1 min read

If you have children and you live in the Burlingame area, you should definitely take a peek at Coyote Point's CuriOdyssey, which brings children and families up close to the natural world. There are interactive science exhibits as well as exciting wildlife exhibits that allow visitors an up close view of native California animals.

Kids have an opportunity to witness frisky otters at their daily feeding (daily at 12 noon), and wildlife keepers are available to provide information about these amusing and fun to watch creatures.

At 11 am between Tuesdays and Saturdays, you can watch the wildlife keepers doing animal enrichment activities or training sessions, and at 1 PM you can watch the young bobcats dine on bobcat delicacies while learning about these intriguing animals. In addition to the animal exhibits, there are many other activities available, including Backyard Science, Nature and Tinkering exhibits.

If you're looking for a fun place to have a birthday party (of course, there's tons of great places around!), this could be your spot. Treat your guests to access to the entire Coyote Point Recreational Area, including access to the Park, Marina and Beach, as well as entry into the museum and all its exhibits.

There are admission fees, however if you go on one of Free Community Days you can save on the admissions fee (check the online calendar).

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm; Sunday: 12pm – 5pm; Closed Mondays. To see the holiday schedule and admissions information, click here. It costs $6 to enter Coyote Point, however if you're visiting CuriOdyssey the fee is waived.

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