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10 New Ways to Enjoy KidPass in San Francisco

Looking for new ways to play and explore in the Bay Area? Look no further!

We’ve just added 10 brand new ways San Francisco families can enjoy KidPass. Whether you want to tumble, create, play a tune, or score a minute to yourself, we’ve got you covered. 

West Coast Training Center

Where: Livermore
Best for: age 3 – 17 years

This gymnastics school teaches tumbling, trampoline, and acrobatics. They also hold a super fun open gym time with instructors present to monitor safety.

Artist Center

Where: Castro Valley
Best for: age 4 – 11 years

This center’s philosophy is that an artist can start drawing as soon as they can hold a pencil. Choose from beginner art lessons for those budding artists, or afterschool drawing for older kids.

Blue Bear Music Center (at Harvey Milk Center for the Arts)

Where: Lower Haight
Best for: age 1 – 2 years

At the leading destination for aspiring musicians of all ages and all skill levels, learning and playing popular music is fun and affordable. These classes teach creative, original songs and rhythms, kickstart early childhood brain development through musical play, and inspire a love of music and learning.

Musically Minded Academy (at St. Peter’s Church Social Hall)

Where: Oakland
Best for: age 11 – 14 years

At these classes for older kids, students work together to develop their own original musical theater shows. Young thespians are encouraged to be creative, work as a team, and take responsibility for the outcome of their efforts.

La Barre Studios

Where: San Jose
Best for: age 1 month – 10 years

This barre studio is for busy parents who need a little me time. They have a thoughtfully-designed childcare area with a team that provides compassionate care while you work out!


Jewish Community Center of San Francisco

Where: Presidio
Best for: age 6 months – 3 years

Come by for open play at the center’s KinderGym, where kids can jump, climb, slide, and balance! This is a fun activity where children develop gross motor skills and socialize through group activities, parachute play, and singing.

Wiggle Ones (at Calliope Dance Studio)

Where: Noe Valley
Best for: age 1 – 4 years

These 45-minute classes are designed to foster and expand your child’s natural curiosity and love of learning through play-based activities. Led by veteran early childhood educators, each uniquely designed class features engaging books paired with developmentally appropriate whole-body learning.

Tunelark Music Studio

Where: Anywhere in the Bay Area
Best for: age 4 – 17 years

Enroll your little one in music classes from expert musician instructors with years of teaching experience in piano, guitar, voice, and more, who’ll travel to your home anywhere in the Bay Area.

Habitot Children’s Museum

Where: Berkeley
Best for: age 1 – 5 years

Habitot is a tot-sized museum dedicated to helping parents raise curious, creative, and confident children. With hands-on exhibits, a drop-in art studio, and seasonal events that encourage healthy development this facility aims to create a stronger community through play!

My Gym San Carlos

Where: San Carlos
Best for: age 6 months – 6 years

Run, jump, and tumble at classes designed to keep kids active while learning. From little baby stretches to drop off gymnastics, this gym has a class to fit any family!

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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