Coyote Point Museum for Environmental Education educates and inspires people to take care of our earth wisely.
Founded in 1954 by the Junior League of San Francisco as the San Mateo County Junior Museum, Coyote Point Museum provides engaging, environmental science experiences for over 75,000 visitors each year through our exhibits, programs, wildlife, and gardens.
Located in San Mateo County within the Coyote Point Recreation Area overlooking the San Francisco Bay, visitors to the Museum experience the beautiful diversity of California�fs natural environment, explore the extraordinary complexity of the natural world, and develop a greater awareness of the interrelationship of all living things.
Coyote Point Museum provides a variety of programs and exhibits that strive to help children and families become good observers of the natural world. We believe that helping people notice the wonders of our world will lead to their inherent appreciation of it and thus stewardship of the environment. In other words, Observation �� Appreciation �� Stewardship
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