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The Lawrence Hall of Science is UC Berkeley's Public Science Center. Join us and discover your inner scientist through fun and hands-on explorations in engineering, physics, astronomy, and more! Visit the Hall's Science on a Sphere® and take control...more
This is not a huge place and I was concerned when we first walked in that there wouldn't be enough for my eight year old to stay occupied for a few hours, but I was wrong. He absolutely loved it. They have a mix of...More
High in the hills above the UC Berkeley campus is the Lawrence Hall of Science. I have taken my children and all the grand kids over the years. Many fascinating exhibits and often UC students to help explain them. They have a cafeteria for lunch...More
Took our grandson there who is 7 years old. He had a good time but I think the best is if he had a friend with him. He hesitated to try all the exhibits until I attempted them first. I don’t believe that would have...More
We decided to give this place a visit... Kind of pricey but worth it....
So many things to check our for a four year old....
This place is big with a couple floors and so many options .... Live animals including snakes and turtles...
Visited the Lawrence Hall of Science last week, haven't been there for years..wasn't missing anything. The entry for three of us was $36.00. I thought it was a rip off considering that the majority of the exhibits weren't amazing at all..most seemed like something right...More
The name says it all, "Hall of Science" -- Located above UC Berkeley, with a killer view from the parking lot of The Bay Area. Butm step inside and fill up your brain on new knowedge, presented in ways that a young child will start...More
The birthplace ot the Atomic Bomb. Every thing else is secondary. There are lots of things to see about Lawrence's contribution to the development of the US Nuclear plans for the Second World War. Unfortunately, 77 years later we are having to deal with a...More
This is the kind of science museum where the kids race around and carry out activities in the name of science. It is not clear though if they are even aware of the the science part. It doesn't matter. The place is fun for the...More