Kids' Spot II: Exploratorium See all the exhibitions. This record supersedes Kids' Spot II: Exploratorium (2000~ to 1988~)

This exhibition was on display between 1988~ and 2000~ in the F-04 Gate 87a gallery, located in North Terminal

Tweets about Kids' Spot II: Exploratorium

Creating a dance of rising & falling “butterflies,” Butterfly Wall by Charles Sowers is an interactive sculpture. #airportart #kidsspot This tweet was posted on January 28, 2017.
Did you know @flySFO has multiple kids’ spots to help your little ones expend excess energy, such as “Tree Town” in Harvey Milk Terminal 1. “Tree Town” is an interactive children’s play area honoring one of Northern California’s signature natural features, the oak tree. #KidsSpot This tweet was posted on July 01, 2022.
“Tree Town” is located, post-security, in Harvey Milk Terminal 1, Boarding Area B, near Gate B19. #KidsSpot #airport #play This tweet was posted on July 01, 2022.

Interactive children's exploration area featuring weather elements from the Exploratorium of San Francisco (Turbulent Orb, Aeolian Landscape, Fluvial Storm), as well as a crawling apparatus, and the Plasma Wall, which shoots arcs of energized color activated by sound. The Kids' Spot was developed to allow children to explore weather concepts and "let off steam" prior to their flights.