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Lawrence Hall of Science

Berkeley | Sciences
$10 - $12
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The Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS), was founded in 1968 by the Regents of the University of California as a memorial to physicist E. O. Lawrence, the inventor of the cyclotron and the University's first Nobel laureate.

Located above the campus, the Hall enjoys a spectacular site overlooking the Berkeley campus and the San Francisco Bay Area. A new outdoor, interactive exhibit, "Forces that Shape the Bay," will enable visitors to appreciate not only the beauty of the Bay, but also the geologic, climatic, marine, and human forces that have shaped it.

The Hall develops and disseminates model programs for teaching and learning science and mathematics and serves as a resource center for children, parents, educators, and policymakers seeking to improve the understanding and increase the enjoyment of science and mathematics.

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  • Name: Lawrence Hall of Science
  • Address: 1 Centennial Dr - 94720 - Berkeley - Etats-Unis
  • Phone: (1) 510 642 5132


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