Behind the Scenes Tour at the California Academy of Sciences!
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the California Academy of Sciences with a visit to the Anthropology collection. Comprised of nearly 16,000 ethnographic and archaeological objects, this collection spans the globe, with strengths from the U.S. Southwest and the Pacific Islands, and historic basketry from California. View Pueblo pottery, Navajo silverwork, Hawaiian feather leis and Mayan pottery from the museum's research collection. These 45 minute tours will take you through the permanent storage facility, where you will be able to view artifacts from the Americas up close.
Tour times: February 16, at 11 am and 2 pm.
Tours are limited to 8 people and advance registration is required. Tours are free for show attendees, however they do not include admission to the public floor.
Tours begin punctually so please arrive early to check in. Due to the nature and location of the collection rooms there is no late entry. We regret that due to space constraints we cannot accommodate walk-ins.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4:00pm Wednesday, February 15. Include the names of all tour participants and which time slot you prefer. We will confirm your registration via email.
Location: Golden Gate Park, 55 Music Concourse Drive, San Francisco
Tour Times: February 16, at 11 am and 2 pm
Cost: Tour is included with show admission, advance registration is required