Grab a date or a few friends and head to San Francisco for a fun and unique event at the California Academy of Science! Every Thursday night from 6-10p, join the California Academy of Science for multi room dance floors, live music, creatures, craft projects, cocktails, shows and exhibits all together at one place. Experience the Academy with out the fuss of children with this adult only (21+) event. Each week features a live band or DJ, and a unique theme – from salsa dancing to sustainable seafood and beyond.
In honor of the 52nd anniversary of the first human in space, Yuri Gagarin, explore the dark and mysterious abyss of space with a cocktail in your hand as the California Academy of Science offers Cosmic Night.
Join Astronomer George Davidson and his astronomical instruments in a rare Galileo and Frances Bacon books presentation form 6:30-9:00pm. Dance the night away in the Coral Reef & Piazza music hall with the Space Cowboys from 6:00-10:00pm. Experience the feel the rumble of the earth in the Academy’s own Earthquake show. Former Space Shuttle/ISS/Soyuz Astronaut plus Rusty Schweickart, Chairman Emeritus of the B612 Foundation, and Lunar Module Pilot, Apollo 9 will offering the Planetarium experience at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 to watch the Cosmic Collisions. See the amazing Rainforest exhibit before it closes at 7:30pm. The Academy offers more cosmic talks, living roof, eco system green house, and aquarium club room with amazing music.
INSIDER INFO: So the word on the street is this a great date night idea and good for smaller groups. Bring a jacket and show up early (6:00pm). Parking is $15 and it’s recommended to pay for parking when entering so you can avoid the line when leaving. This place has multiple bars ($10-12 for cocktails, $6-7 for beer) that only takes cash. Also the Rainforest exhibit closes first at 7:30pm so if you want to see it, see it first. Secondly the planetarium fills up fast and its first come first serve. It’s recommended that you have a plan of what you want to do and when to do it before arriving. It does get quite crowded so getting there early is a must. For more information visit the California Academy of Science website or see the flyer below: