People travel for different reasons– some to find themselves, others to start a new life whilemajority just want to have a good time. But one of the greatest things that come from traveling is being able to immerse yourself in a new culture that you otherwise may have never known. And one of the best places to learn something new is San Francisco.

Known for its flair for style and ever-evolving tastes, the Bay Area is home to many places where travelers can discover a treasure-trove of trivia and novel ideas in just a few hours. So if you’re a lover of learning and want to take home more than just Instagram photos, check out these places.

The Walt Disney Museum

If you’re curious to find out how a mouse became an iconic symbol for children all over the world, then best know the life story of the man behind it – Walt Disney. The legendary creator has an entire museum dedicated to him and his achievements in San Francisco. Disney lovers are sure to enjoy with the many things they can learn from the inspiring trailblazer.

The Exploratorium

Frank Oppenheimer was one of the first scientists to realize the value of art in gaining a better appreciation for the sciences. This idea gave fruit to one of the first and most effective interactive science museums available to the public – the Exploratarium.  If you’re looking to expand your knowledge in science but find it a bit overwhelming, then taking a trip to this museum may just be the best first step for you.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Art can be intimidating for some people. After all, it’s a common misconception that the craft only deals with highfaluting ideas or out-of-touch topics that don’t appeal to the masses. If you’re looking to get over your fear of art or is curious to find out more but don’t know where to start, you may want to consider visiting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The museum houses over 30,000 pieces of modern and contemporary art that are appealing and easy to understand, perfect for those who are just dipping their toes in the water and are not yet ready to take the plunge.

The Good Vibrations Antique Vibrator Museum

If you’re thinking, does this mean what I think it means? Then the answer would be yes. The museum pays ode to the groundbreaking invention that has impacted history and society in many ways. The vibrator was actually invented in 1902 but induced orgasms were already a thing in the 1800s when it was thought to be a cure for women’s hysteria. It was socially accepted for over a decade until the late 1920s when magazines stopped running the ads due to its sexual nature. The museum shows how this invention stood the test of time, how it has evolved over the years, and why, despite the stigma around it, the vibrator remains one of the most revolutionary inventions in modern history.