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Ring in the New Year at the Bay Area Discovery Museum

Noon Year's Eve Bay Area Disovery Museum

Ring in 2020 with the kiddos at the Bay Area Discovery Museum's Noon Year's Eve celebration on Tuesday, December 31. This annual fun family event is the perfect way to welcome the new year without staying up past your bedtime! It boasts a day of fun-filled programs, a dance party complete with a live DJ, and a noon-time ball drop.

Kids can enjoy hands-on programs and fun activities all day long. In the Fab Lab, make predictions about what the new year might hold. Ring in 2020 in style with a DIY sparkle crown in the Art Studios. Dance and sing along to favorite tunes with a live DJ. Snap a family photo in the photo booth. Explore current exhibits like Mud Kitchen and Science + You. Countdown the new year together during the ball drop at noon. And of course there will be much more!

Noon Year's Eve takes place on December 31 from 9 am to 2 pm, and is included with museum admission. Admission is $15.95 for adults and children 1 and above and $13.95 for seniors 65+ and babies 6–11 months. Entry is free for members and babies under 6 months. The museum's Iceless Skating Rink will not be open during Noon Year’s Eve.

The Bay Area Discovery Museum is located in Sausalito's Fort Baker at 557 McReynolds Road. For more information on Noon Year's Eve and other museum programs and exhibits, visit www.bayareadiscoverymuseum.org.

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