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1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, California
To present information about the environment of the Bay Area; to build awareness of the impact on the environment that results from human impact.
Main Attraction(s): Live animals in naturalistic settings right on the San Francisco Bay. Changing exhibits, hands-on, kid-friendly.
Permanent Exhibits: Over 50 live animals native to the Bay Area, beautiful environmental hall with interactive exhibits and native plant gardens.
1999 Calendar of Events:
Patricia Wilson, Director & External Affairs
Grasslands Ecological Zone
Permanent exhibit in Environmental Hall.
Permanent gray foxes in wildlife habitats.
Ringtail Live Animals Exhibit
Permanent exhibit in wildlife habitats.
View of garden at Coyote Point Museum.
Directions: Right of Highway 101 in San Mateo! Going north, take Dore Avenue exit. Going south, take Peninsula Ave exit. Follow signs into Coyote Point Re
Tu - Sa 10-5
Call for Monday and holiday openings
Admission: $3 ($1 students, $2 seniors)
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