Bay Area Discovery Museum

About Bay Area Discovery Museum

At the Bay Area Discovery Museum (BADM), we believe that providing children with the high-quality early learning experiences they need to be successful is the best investment we can make as a society.

Whether at the Museum, online, or in the community, BADM provides experiences that spark children’s natural curiosity for the world around them, while building their creative problem-solving skills and STEM content knowledge. Both on-site and off-site, BADM facilitates research-backed learning experiences that are fun and engaging for children and families. At our one-of-a-kind location at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, this includes hands-on exhibits, rich STEM and art programming, an on-site preschool, and camps and classes. Off-site, our museum educators bring hands-on STEM programming to students and families at schools and libraries in all nine Bay Area counties.

We believe that these research-backed on-site and off-site experiences should be made available to all children and families and offer a variety of access initiatives toward this goal. We are currently at a reduced attendance capacity, following strict COVID-19 protocols, and working our way back up to our pre-pandemic numbers:

350,000 visitors each year, including nearly 100,000 with free or reduced admission 
10,000 member families 
26,000 children through our school and community programs 
587 schools and 215 libraries through all nine Bay Area counties 

BADM is committed to being welcoming and inclusive. We are continuously working toward the goal of reflecting the diversity of the Bay Area both within our organization and with those we serve.


Lead Summer Teacher

May 2019 - August 2019 Sausalito, CA
“The museum is nestled in one of the most beautiful parts of California so I had the opportunity to bring students on hikes to the beach and historic bunkers. I was given the opportunity to manage groups of 15 transitional kindergartners with lots of space for creativity in teaching. The work environment was progressive in education, especially early childhood education, along with progressive with equity in education. ”
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