The California Academy of Sciences is inviting San Francisco residents to come visit the living museum for free on certain days during the fall, and again in the spring.
Depending on the neighborhood you live in, there are certain days of the year when you can visit the natural history museum, planetarium, and aquarium at no cost. Each visitor must show a valid photo ID with proof of residency. To learn more, visit the museum’s website.
Free days for residents of the Parkside and Sunset take place September 30, October 1 and 2 during the fall, and March 3-5 in the spring.
Those living in Chinatown, the Marina, Nob Hill, North Beach, Presidio, Richmond, Russian Hill, Seacliff, Telegraph Hill and Western Addition can visit for free on October 14-16 and March 10-12.
The remaining SF neighborhoods, Bayview-Hunters Point, Downtown, Hayes Valley, Ingleside,-Excelsior, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, SoMa, the Tenderloin, Treasure Island, and Visitation Valley can visit for free October 21-23 and March 17-19.
Unfortunately, Bernal Heights, the Castro, Cole Valley, Glen Park, the Haight, Lake Merced, the Mission, Noe Valley, and St. Francis Wood just had their free admission day. However, if this is your hood, you can visit Cal Academy for free February 10-12, 2017.
See below for the complete grid.