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If your kids are always curious about the world around them, then their trip to San Francisco's Exploratorium will lead them to lots of answers in a truly fun and educational way. Among the two floors of this facility, you will find several exhibits and attractions that encourage several different types of interaction. Among the impressive 650 exhibits, the kids will learn about such vast subjects as science, art, and perception, just to name a few. The Exploratorium is known as the first and foremost of the world's interactive museums and has won several awards for its consistent presentation of creative exhibits that offer an exceptional level of educational value.
Obviously, there are several photo-opportunities in San Francisco. In addition to the usual attractions, don't forget to check out Lombard Street, a thoroughfare that many consider to be "the crookedest street in the world." This section of the city is actually one of the most photographed, and for good reason. It is from this unique vantage point that you can see extraordinary views of Alcatraz, Coit Tower, Angel Tower, and the Bay Bridge. This amazingly landscaped street is augmented by a one block descent to Levenworth Street and also offers access to a cable car route which only adds to this area's uniqueness.
The San Francisco Green Festival is often called the "world's largest party with a purpose." Its goal is to create a higher awareness of the importance of making an effort to live eco-friendly. Various individuals and companies are on hand to discuss their green projects as well as inform and educate the public about the importance of making these necessary changes to help preserve our environment. There is plenty of live music, workshops and exhibits, as well as plenty of organic food and drink to further emphasize the importance of environmental responsibility. The event is usually scheduled twice a year, in both April and November.