Dive into a world of wonder every Thursday night from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Pier 15, where the Exploratorium opens its doors exclusively for adults. Revel in the childlike joy of over 600 interactive displays that blur the lines between science, art, and perception, all in a mature, electrifying environment.

Halloween Special – After Dark: Thrills and Chills

There’s no better way to embrace the eerie essence of Halloween than at the Exploratorium. Engage with the bizarre and fascinating as you witness human heart cells pulsating on their own, delve into the mysteries of your blood cells, and marvel as you see your body transform into a transparent form, revealing the intricate dance of skeleton and organs.

Musical Interlude with Awesöme Orchestra | 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 p.m.

Location: Gordon and Betty Moore Gallery 4: Living Systems

Lose yourself to the haunting melodies of the season as Oakland’s renowned Awesöme Orchestra, founded by the gifted David Möschler, fills the gallery with iconic scores from cinematic masterpieces like Beetlejuice, Vertigo, and Krull. Möschler, an esteemed conductor with over 200 orchestrations to his name, trained at the University of California, Davis, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His profound expertise and the collective talent of musicians from across the Bay Area are set to create an unforgettable auditory experience.

Did You Know?

David Möschler’s vast repertoire spans orchestrations of all magnitudes, from wind ensembles to jazz bands. He has also premiered over fifty performances, a testament to his unparalleled prowess.

Grab a drink, strike up a conversation, and immerse yourself in an evening brimming with surprises. With the vast expanse of the Exploratorium as your playground, curiosity and delight await at every corner. Join us for an evening where science meets spook!


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