As each and every year, the SF Symphony programmed a nice selection of shows for the Holidays.

The traditional most popular show of the Holiday season The Nutcracker is performed everywhere in the United States. Here is where you can enjoy the holiday classic in San Francisco Bay Area.

Friday nights season is almost over with last editions dedicated to Keith Haring and the stunning exhibition that just started at the de Young Museum.

Sugar skulls, colorful costumes, sophisticated make-ups, a parade! 

For 5 years now, the Academy of Sciences has been one of the favorite family spots in SF.

No more Exploratorium at the Palace of Fine Arts. Long live to the new Exploratorium at Pier 15!

Happy New Year of the Dog!

Aquarium of the Bay, San Francisco

Every Saturday & Sunday afternoon - All year long.

Nested in the building in front of the aquarium, a theater offers on Pier 39 a magic show every weekend. It's the perfect way to end a day on the Pier when the sun is playing hide and seek...

Currently at the Academy

The Earth shakes every day at the California Academy of Sciences. Its new exhibition "Earthquake" is taking visitors on a kinetic journey toward understanding earthquakes and seismic phenomena.

ODC - Last Sunday of every month - 1 to 2pm

There some lazy Sundays when you have definitely no idea what to to with the kids. What about a walk in the Mission...

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