On Saturdays a special selection of the Randall Museum’s animal ambassadors venture from their cages, pens, and perches to greet museum visitors up-close! Kids and their families can meet rodents and amphibians, check out a Barn Owl, and maybe even touch a tortoise!
The Randall Museum is home to over 100 animals that can no longer survive in the wild. Some are injured so they cannot hunt for food or protect themselves from predators. Others were born in captivity or kept as pets so they never learned how to live in the wild. At the Museum these animals can help visitors learn about and appreciate California’s diverse and disappearing wildlife.
The Randall Museum is undergoing a great revitalization! Renovation work will begin in 2015. Some areas of the museum will be closed to visitors. In April 2015, The Randall Museum’s Live Animal Exhibit will be moved to Mission Arts Center, located at 745 Treat Street, San Francisco. Please visit www.randallmuseum.org for more information and updates.