California Science Museum Tropical Rainforest Pavilion Located in the California Academy of Sciences (California Museum of Science) in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, there is a Rainforests of the World, the world’s largest display of spherical rainforest. It is a 90-foot-diameter large spherical glass four-story building along The spiral trail rises. The simulated real tropical rainforest in the museum has a temperature of 82-85 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity of 75%. Butterflies and parrots fly in it, showing the rainforest ecology of different parts of the world. There are reptiles, amphibians, and different birds and butterflies on display. The animals in the rainforest are always beautiful in color, and you can see several different frogs. The hall circled along the walkway into three floors, and many birds and butterflies flew freely in the hall. Insects and amphibians are in display cabinets on both sides, and the patio is an artificial pool. After reaching the highest point, there is an elevator directly down to the aquarium.
The California Museum of Science is a very large museum, and its museums are more than large. The scenery is particularly good. Both the outside environment and the buildings inside are impressive. This is a very popular science museum, very suitable for adults and children to come and learn scientific knowledge
I love aquariums and their setup with different reefs of the world and the fish you can find in them was genius! Also visit the planetarium and indoor rainforest. Not many guides or tours set up so expect to teach your kids yourself about the science and history.
One of the best museums - guaranteed fun!
The rainforest habitat was a nice exhibit as well as the aquarium. It took about an hour to complete the entire path with the family in tow.
Excellent science museum in the heart of Golden Gate Park.
55 Music Concourse Dr San Francisco, CA 94118