CuriOdyssey, is a non-profit science museum and zoo in San Mateo where over 190,000 kids and their family members meet animals up-close and play with fun, interactive science exhibits. CuriOdyssey’s rescued native California wildlife include bobcats, river otter, fox, porcupine, opossum, owls, snakes and many more. Kids love the daily Otter Feedings at noon, Bobcat Feedings at 1pm, and Animals in Action presentations throughout the day.
CuriOdyssey’s innovative science exhibits inspire and ignite kids' curiosity as they experiment with real scientific phenomena through fun, hands-on experience with physical science and the natural world.
CuriOdyssey's events and exhibitions feature CuriOdyssey’s monthly First Family Friday Nights on the first Friday of each month 5-8pm, CuriOdyssey's IlluminOdyssey winter light experience for kids, and CuriOdyssey's STEM Odyssey in the spring.
CuriOdyssey's popular educational programs include summer and school break camps, S.T.E.A.M. classes and workshops, and Science in Action live science experiments for museum visitors on Saturdays at 11:30am-noon in spring and autumn.
CuriOdyssey is located in beautiful Coyote Point Recreation Park in San Mateo, with picnic areas, nature trails and views of the Bay Area.
Visit CuriOdyssey today! More info at https://curiodyssey.org/
Over 190,000 people engage with CuriOdyssey in a year
More than 70,000 visitors see animal presentations in a year at CuriOdyssey
Over 34,000 visitors experienced CuriOdyssey's IlluminOdyssey light experience for children last winter.