Dive into the Reef at California Academy of Science's Teen Science Night

August 7, 2017

#TeenScienceNight at the California Academy of Sciences

Calling all Bay Area teens! The California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park is hosting its fifth annual #TeenScienceNight this Friday, August 11, 2017, from 6:30–9 pm. This event—the world's largest teen-only science event—features fun sciences programs, experiments, and talks, as well as food, music, and dancing. And, best of all, no adults are allowed, only teens ages 13 to 18. Admission is free.

This year's #TeenScienceNight theme is "Dive Into the Reef", with a dive show in the Academy's Steinhart Aquarium and coral free related activities. #TeenScienceNight is planned by local teens from the Academy's Careers in Science youth program.

#TeenScienceNight at the California Academy of Sciences

While admission is free, all attendees need to register in advance in order to attend. Reserve your free #TeenScienceNight tickets online here. This year, the Academy is expecting over 1,500 teens from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area to attend.

The California Academy of Sciences is located in Golden Gate Park's Music Concourse area at 55 Music Concourse Drive. To get there, take 101 south across the Golden Gate Bridge, then take the 19th Avenue exit onto Park Presidio Boulevard. Follow Park Presidio to Cabrillo Street. Turn right on Cabrillo, right again on 14th Avenue, and then right again on Balboa Street and cross Park Presidio. (No left turns are allowed on Park Presidio. Turn right on 10th Avenue into the Music Concourse Parking Garage or right on 8th Avenue to drive into Golden Gate Park.

For more information, visit www.calacademy.org or call (415) 379-8000.

#TeenScienceNight at the California Academy of Sciences

Photos: California Academy of Sciences