The Randall Museum is a great, interactive location that introduces children of all ages to the wonders of nature and science. The museum offers visitors a wide array of activities to educate and entertain. Riding the Rails is scale model of a caboose that children can climb aboard and make believe they're riding the rails. There is also an urban rail display with replicas of San Francisco landmark structures where visitors can direct model trains. The Animal Exhibit has nearly 100 animals that now call the museum home. The resident animals come from a variety of backgrounds including those born at the facility and others that were injured and nursed back to health. These animals no longer have the ability to fend for themselves in the outside world. The facility helps the young visitors to learn about and be grateful for California's assorted and vanishing wildlife. The Wild in the City exhibit features many of the critters encountered in everyday life around the Bay area. Guests learn about the wild residents in the community with the help of puppet shows, books, and an exhibit showing where the animals like to live. Guests will encounter demonstrations such as the "Living with a Restless Earth" focusing on earthquake activity. The Creativity and Discovery exhibit,
Creativity & Discovery Hand in Hand, and the Tree House Toddler Exploration Zone.