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The Exploratorium offers hundreds of interactive exhibits in the areas of science, art and human perception. The Cartoon Art Museum, located on Fisherman's Wharf, is always free for children five and younger.Let the little ones see where their favorite characters began, with a tremendous archive of comic strips, graphic novels, and animated films.In the historic Cable Car Barn & Powerhouse, the site where the cable system has operated since 1907, visitors can view the actual cable-winding machinery as it reels 11 miles of steel at a steady pace of nine-and-a-half miles per hour.Antique cable cars are also on display, including one dating from 1873.Scheduled events and activities include sea chantey sing-a-longs, birding, tours of the engine room and crabbin’ “how to's” off Municipal Pier.
The Museum Store offers an amazing selection of kid-friendly items from modern and contemporary art books, innovative design objects, children's books and toys, posters and stationery and more.
The Presidio’s 1,491 acres of prime real estate next to the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay have some of the best views in town.
And there’s so much more to experience, including a new museum in the Presidio Officer's Club; miles of hiking trails; bike routes; hidden picnic sites with lavish backdrops of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands and Pacific Ocean; eucalyptus and cypress groves; cannons dating from the late 1700s; abandoned barracks; and guided walking tours through historic military ruins, artillery batteries and the National Cemetery.
On Sundays and holidays, the park is free of cars on Kennedy Drive from 19th Avenue to Stanyan Street, allowing bicyclists and skaters bring their own “vehicles” or rent from a nearby vendor. Museums San Francisco’s family-oriented museums are free at least one day each month and in many cases, always free for children 12 and under.
The Asian Art Museum has created its special Target Sundays family programming.