2018 Leadership Summit | Gathering with SF Children & Nature
The San Francisco Children & Nature Collaborative, representing more than 20 city agencies and organizations, invites you to a post-conference gathering at the newly re-opened Josephine Randall Museum in the heart of San Francisco. The Randall Museum is a local nature-themed experiential museum that was created in the 1940s in response to the urbanization of childhood.
The session will include:
*Lunch and presentation of SF Children & Nature collaborative projects
*Participant sharing of ideas and best practices
*A tour of the museum
$15 for lunch
We hope you can join us!
From within San Francisco:
Take MUNI subway/streetcar lines K, L, or M to the Castro Street station. Walk 1 short block north (uphill, away from the Castro District) on Castro Street and turn left on States Street Continue 2/3 of a block uphill to a crosswalk and playground entrance on the right. Go up the playground driveway and turn left up the footpath to the top. This is a short but very steep walk.
Take MUNI 24 Divisadero bus to Castro Street. at 16th Street. Go 1 short block south (toward Market) on Castro and turn right on States Street, then follow the directions above.
For a longer (about 1/3 mile) but less steep walk, get off at Castro Street and 14th Street Walk uphill on 14th to Roosevelt and turn left. Follow Roosevelt as it curves up the hill to Museum Way and turn left. The museum is at the end of Museum Way.
From BART, Golden Gate Transit, CalTrain, or SamTrans:
Take any bus, train, or ferry to downtown San Francisco and transfer to the outbound K, L, or M MUNI Metro line (from CalTrain/Transbay Terminal, take an outbound N car to the Embarcadero station and transfer to the K, L, or M line). Then follow the MUNI directions above.
Parking Available Onsite
Randall Museum (View)
199 Museum Way
San Francisco, CA 94114
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|