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5 of the Newest & Coolest Ways to Play in San Francisco

Summer is here—so bring on the fun!

Luckily, with KidPass, you don’t need to worry about planning ahead. We’ve got all the best ways to have some summer fun—all just one click away! Challenge the fam to a game of putt-putt, reach for the stars at a planetarium, put on your creativity cap for an art workshop, and so much more! Check out all of our favorite activities below to find your next adventure! 

Chabot Space & Science Center 
Oakland / 24 months – 17 years old

Plan an adventure for the entire family! Stretch your boundaries and expand your universe at this super cool museum. General Admission includes access to hands-on interactive exhibitions, a full-dome large Planetarium, and the historic observatory.

Creative Canopy 
Presidio / 6 – 15 years old

Creative Canopy is a community art studio with talented instructors that focus on supporting the growth of students by providing them with the necessary artistic tools to develop their skills, create amazing artwork, and build friendships. They provide workshops in sewing, crafts, painting, drawing, watercolor, and more.

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Subpar Minature Golf 
Nob Hill / 24 months – 17 years old

Test your putting skills and play a round of mini golf! Along with 18-holes of golfing fun, Subpar also has a  top-notch arcade and food and drink—so make a day of it!

San Francisco Zoo Early Childhood Programs
Sunset / 1.5 – 5 years old

Introduce your young learners to the wonders of the animal kingdom through imaginative play, songs, crafts, animal encounters, and zoo walks! The zoo’s Early Childhood Programs are designed to support cognitive, social, and creative growth through purposeful, developmentally appropriate activities.

Young Art Lessons 
San Mateo / Pleasanton / Sunset / Santa Clara / 1.5 – 5 years old

Young Art believes that by fostering a vibrant atmosphere to learn and inspire creativity, they are purposely equipping young artists with the foundation and resources to advance their confidence, ingenuity, and skill sets. Young artists will be introduced to a variety of mediums, including watercolor, oil pastel, tempera, acrylic, water pastel, colored pencil, and clay.

Want to discover and book more new activities in San Francisco? Check out all upcoming activities for even more ways to have fun! 

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