This place is currently closed. It will open today at 11:00 AM.

Tips

Take a nice stroll through the nearby neighborhood afterwards for a calm breather.

The wide open park across the street makes for a great picnic lunch after visiting MoAH.

Location
351 Homer Avenue Palo Alto, California
United States
37.444192, -122.157251
Contact
+1 650-321-1004
Photos
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Description
We combine elements of history, technology and design to illustrate the evolution of technology, how and why it has influenced society from inception to the current time, and a glimpse of future expectations.

Exhibits, classes, lectures and family-friendly events appeal to students of all ages, with many MOAH classes providing middle school students hands-on learning opportunities not readily available elsewhere.
Hours of Operation
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
Closed
Friday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Prices

Admission is FREE.


Infant age 0 to 2
FREE
Child age 3 to 12
FREE
Youth age 13 to 17
FREE
Adult age 18 to 64
FREE
Senior age 65 +
FREE
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Reviews

Kevin Elliott
CHECKED IN OVER 2 YEARS AGO

I can't quite seem to get over the fact that such a small museum is capable of producing such incredible exhibits. This has to do with the fact that it has a relationship with a high number of volunteers who believe in the museum's mission. I can appreciate that! Every so often a theme is picked and an exhibit is created by a number of volunteers. One time I visited there was a Lego-like exhibit where old bricks built into amazing contraptions were on display. Another visit I saw an incredible interlinking of trains. This is one of those museums that you can revisit two or three times a year and still see something new.

Events

There are currently no events.