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Curi Odeyssey at Coyote Point
1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, California 94401
Voice: 650-342-7755

At CuriOdyssey, we develop our exhibits in-house. Our team creates innovative, hands-on exhibitions that you won’t see anywhere else. Create a vortex, make objects fly, and spin gears and gadgets! Explore our exciting hands-on exhibitions and learn how nature’s complex systems work together to create our environment. Find out more about our exhibitions.

CuriOdyssey’s 1.3 acres of gardens provide a beautiful and educational respite for visitors year-round. The gardens also serve as a laboratory for our classes and programs to investigate plants, insects, and birds. We invite you to stroll through and enjoy our butterfly, hummingbird, and seasonal gardens. Come be inspired to garden with native plants in harmony with nature!

CuriOdyssey houses nearly 100 animals – from golden eagles to rubber boas – which help environmental concepts come alive for Bay Area children and adults.

All of our animals are non-releasable, meaning they have been injured or imprinted and would not survive if returned to their natural habitats. Once they are at the museum, we care for them for the rest of their lives.

Most of our animals are native to California, although we do house some non-native animals in our Animal Ambassadors program. All of our animals reinforce the museum’s mission to educate and inspire people to take care of the earth by taking center stage in our wildlife habitats, school-based programs, and public programs.

Many of our animals live in our naturalistic wildlife habitats, through which visitors can wander. The habitats include a 4,000-square-foot walk-through aviary, which houses approximately two dozen native birds. Visitors can explore the wildlife habitats on their own and encounter the animals up close. Each of the 25 habitats is individually designed to accommodate the particular needs of the animal or animals that live there.

   


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