To register, we prefer you pay online via the black "REGISTER" button. But you may mail the coupon and a check by snail mail. Vaccination, booster and mask required. Private, docent-led tour of the Truhlsen-Marmor Museum of the Eye® March 18th @10AM.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology Truhlsen-Marmor Museum of the Eye is the world’s only free, public museum dedicated to the fascinating science of sight, as well as the only medical museum in San Francisco.
Look through the pupil of an enormous eye, explore interactive displays and try on a virtual reality headset to see how new technology can impact medicine. Through high-tech exhibits and a renowned collection of ophthalmic artifacts, you’ll discover surprising facts about how your vision works and the field of medicine devoted to protecting it.
Through innovative exhibits, school tours, and free resource materials, the museum promotes eye health on a broad scale.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy the interactive displays and:
· Learn how VR is changing ophthalmology
· Dive deeper into the historical collection
· See the evolution of eye care through the ages
· Learn about the latest innovations saving sight today
· Develop an interest in the study of medicine and ophthalmology
The museum will be closed to the public during our tour.
A fabulous opportunity to expose your children and grandchildren to the idea of becoming an eye doctor!
Visit the nearby Maritime Museum and Hyde St Pier and enjoy a lunch at Fisherman’s Wharf.
Date: Saturday March 18 @ 10 AM.
Address: 645 Beach St., San Francisco (Fisherman’s Wharf)
Parking, On street, and right next door at the Hyde St. Parking Garage
Directions by Car, Bus, Bike and Foot here
Cost: $20, PBKNCA members. $30, non-members.
($10 goes to Scholarships)
Duration; 45-60 minutes
PBKNCA Leader: O’Neil Dillon