This is a very old exhibit/store/aquarium but oh so cute. This is a place where you can take your kids to see some seals close up. You can also buy some fish to feed the seals.
The display of aquarium fish is pretty extensive but not well done at all. The captive sea lions are a very sad sight. Their enclosures are inadequate. Attached to the aquarium is a sub par gift shop.
This aquarium has been here for a very long time and it is very old. It's worth checking out, there are some interesting fish. Just remember, it is not very big but then it doesn't cost much either. Pay the extra to feed the seals, that is the highlight. But wear gloves cause the fish really stinks!
You will not be disappointed as long as you realize it is just a roadside attraction that has been there as long as I can remember. The Aquarium is really more of a gift shop with some aquatic features to get you inside. Worth your time when walking down the Embarcadero.
Kinda simple, if you are looking for fish, and if so, maybe even disappointing, but...the aquarium is really about the sea lions/seals that are saved and presented there. You can feed them, and enjoy them. Also, there is a gift shop.
Reasonable prices, fun to feed the seals and sea lions, cool fish inside. didn't buy any stuffed toys, but they have those really cool WWII gliders for a buck, love those things!
As long as you're in Morro Bay, you should definitely take a few minutes to walk through this place. It's small but well done. Shows off the local sea and coastal wild life. Worth the visit.
This was our first trip to Morro Bay and everybody was telling me to check out the aquarium. Walking up you can hear the seals. We walked in the gift shop, which is in front of the aquarium, paid to feed the seals...reasonable price, $1 for kids and $2 for adults and 50 cents for fish to feed seals. Feeding... More
This "Aquarium" is really a tiny room with some sea creatures. However, the main attraction is feeding the rebhabilitated Sea Lions- our kids really enjoyed being up close to them and watching them catch the fish that were thrown at them.
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