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  • Known as the museum of science, art and human perception, the Exploratorium offers scientific information about many of our day to day activities.

  • The Fresno Art Museum is a local museum where people of all ages can come to be inspired and enriched by art.

  • Come visit our local museum of art, history and science

  • Search the museum and learn about different cultures and look for educational resources.

  • This site features information for everyone interested in art, history and science.

  • Kids can explore their world and learn about different cultural practices throughout the world.

  • NASA provides a wealth of resources that are safe, fun, and educational for your children. Find information on space-related topics, as well as games, Web quests, and even chats with NASA experts.

  • This is a fun website helping kids explore the world around them. Included are stories, games and activities for the whole family.

  • This site features fun and games from your favorite PBS shows, such as Arthur, Barney, Reading Rainbow, ZOOM and more.

  • The first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to 20th-century art, the San Francisco Museum of Art opened in 1935.

  • This is the site for the non-profit organization behind Sesame Street and so much more.

  • A place for kids to explore, discover and learn. Kids can explore different topics, such as everything art, science and nature, history and culture or people and places.

  • The Chaffee Zoo is the Central Valley’s premier place for children and families to enjoy exotic animals, reptiles and a world class bird show.

  • The Discovery Center is a Museum of Science and Natural History. The most wonderful thing about the Discovery Center is our team of educators who present fantastic hands-on interactive lessons to visiting school classes, as well as families.

  • This site features fun information about the white house, government, and history. Kids can even take a virtual tour of the White House.

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