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Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo
1451 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA
Statement of Purpose
It is the goal of the Junior Museum & Zoo to provide process oriented experiences that allow young people to develop good observational skills, to learn to ask provocative questions and to understand that they have the capacity within themselves to take action based on their questions and observations.
Highlights & Collections
"Construction Sight" is opening on January 17. This exhibit will enable children to experience different aspects of what goes into the construction of a building. Visitors will be able to sample a wide variety of activities from making their own buildin buio handling "real" construction materials.
Construction Sight is a child friendly environment that will excite and motivate learning through a series of activity and exhibit areas which will be encouraging to both children and adults.
Located within our Museum is "PlaySpot", an interactive play environment for children under five and their care-givers. "PlaySpot" provides developmentally appropriate tools for young children in the context of the exhibit hall.
- Rocks and mis anls, bones, animal specimens,
- Native American Indian collections, shells, antique
toys and dolls
Exhibits & Special Events
All on a child's scale, this children's museum feature interactive
exhibitions like the permanent Animation Station exhibit, a lovely zoo in a
grden setting, science classes, camps and outreach programs.
Opening June 2, 2002 Patterns will offer a variety of interactive exhibits
in which kids can explore different concepts about patterns ranging from
amthematics and geometry to animal camouflage and plant structure. All
exhibits are hands-on and provide a jumping off point for further investigation
in the outside world.
- Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm
- Sunday 1:00 to 4:00pm
- Closed Mondays and Holidays
Admission & Directions
No admission, although donations are gladly accepted.
From San Francisco, take 101 south, exit Embarcadero, go west
(toward Stanford) on Embarcaderbarcurn right on Middlefield, 1 block and turn right into parking lot.
Rachel Meyer, Director
- Robert Steele, Zoo Curator
- Darin Wacs, Exhibits Curator
- Maggie Kane, Volunteer Coordinator
- Leslie Prindle-Klein, Accounting
- Sally Camozzi, Front Office
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