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Exploratorium Holiday Gift Guide for Everyone on Your List

Exploratorium Holiday Gift Guide for Everyone on Your List

 A hand-picked selection of gadgets, games, books, and toys will inspire and delight  


SAN FRANCISCO (November 1, 2021)—The Exploratorium is pleased to share its 2021 Holiday Gift Guide: a curated collection of unique, delightful gifts for science lovers and curious people of all ages, including games, books, toys, and gadgets. The Gift Guide includes recommendations for all ages, from toddlers to pre-adolescents to adults. 

All purchases made through the store support the Exploratorium’s mission to create educational experiences and transform learning worldwide, and help the nonprofit museum recover following its extended closure during the pandemic.

Patrons can shop now at the Exploratorium Store online or in person at Pier 15 in San Francisco, Wednesday–Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m., and Thursday evenings until 10:30 p.m.

Museum Memberships make great gifts and are another way to support the science museum. Memberships offer year-long, unlimited access to the Exploratorium, exclusive events and offerings, discounts at the Exploratorium store and on-site restaurant, and free admission to 350+ science centers and museums worldwide (for daytime members).

On Sunday, November 28, 2021, shop the Exploratorium Store as part of Museum Store Sunday, a one-day-only shopping event that offers meaningful and carefully curated gift options. Across all fifty states, 24 countries, and five continents, approximately 1,600 Museum Stores will offer relaxing, inspired shopping inside museums and cultural institutions.

About the Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is a portal to the astonishing scientific phenomena that animate our world and shape our actions. We create extraordinary learning experiences that ignite curiosity, upend perceptions, and inspire brave leaps forward. Since 1969, the Exploratorium’s museum in San Francisco has been home to a renowned collection of exhibits that draw together science, art, and human perception, and that have changed the way science is taught. Our award-winning programs provide a forum for the public to engage with artists, scientists, policymakers, educators, and tinkerers to explore the world around them. We celebrate diversity of thought, inspired investigation, and collaboration across all boundaries.

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