At the Visitor Center

Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center
Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center

Using the appeal of marine wildlife and habitats, the Sanctuary Visitor Center offers hands-on, lively programs on many marine topics. Programs are 90 minutes long, interactive, grade specific, correlate to state standards, and include indoor and outdoor components.

Kindergarten - Sensing the Sea
Explore the ocean using all five senses.

1st Grade - Intertidal Table Manners
Discover how sea creatures feed.

2nd Grade - Growing Up Underwater
Explore how sea creatures develop and reproduce.

3rd Grade - Suitcase for Survival
Find out how animals are adapted to their environment.

4th Grade - Pass the Plankton
Learn how plankton fuels the ocean web of life.

5th Grade - Seabird Scientists
Experiment and investigate to learn about seabirds.

6th Grade - Home Sweet Habitat
Learn about ecosystems in the sanctuary.

Programs available: Tuesdays - Fridays
Group size: maximum of 30 students
For more information contact contact Justin Holl at (415) 530-5351 or justin.holl@noaa.gov.

Visitor Center Program Registration