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The Space Station Museum, Novato

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The Space Station Museum is a private, volunteer-driven museum dedicated to educating the public and especially children about the history of space exploration in California, the United States, and around the world.
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  • This privately owned museum is one of six little museums in the city of Novato. Take time to see them all! This one is privately owned by someone who has serious connections with people in the space b...  more »
  • We hung our while waiting for a table at Boca. It was a very pleasant surprise. The best part was the docent, former astronaut.  more »
  • Excellent place to learn about our past in the space program!!! And is is free :) Don't miss this valuable source of SPACE TRAVELS!!!  more »
  • Great little museum with real exhibition items like a space suit, meteorites, spacecraft panel etc. It's free, so you can drop by for just 10 minutes or go for 6th time and see if they have any new artifacts. Volunteers are engaged and knowledgeable. Be sure to check out the annual Space Festival with real astronauts.
  • Interesting displays but it is very small and limited interactive activities.
  • A fun little museum with knowledgeable volunteers and great artifacts - many of them you can touch or try on! Can be visited in as little as 20 minutes or as long as a couple hours of you're interested in the details and stories. Also, it's free!
  • It's so incredible and I love it
  • It is closed 3:35 on Sunday when its website, outgoing voice message, and storefront sign says it is open Sunday's until 4.