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My family held a private event at this location. The representatives for the location were extremely helpful. The space was great with approximately 8 round tables. A kitchen was also available. Had space to setup a photo backdrop. Great parking.
Recently I took a fall river roving trip. The boat this time did not have the top up so some of the seats were wet and the top down created a bad site line as we couldn't see the views to the front just the...More
The estuary is the highlight of the Washington waterfront, and the turtles - especially the snapping turtles - are the starts. If you can, visit when the sun comes out following rainfall. The Lilly pads collect water and then irridescently reflect the sunlight.
We had seen the estuarium mentioned in a magazine and wanted to visit it. A great break from the heat outside, they have a large piece of art in the lobby, constructed of locally excavated materials. They have a brief movie (about 10 - 15...More
For an enjoyable and relaxing couple of hours touring the harbor at "Little" Washington, NC, you can't go wrong by spending time at the Estuarium, especially the River Roving tour! The history of this legendary little port city on the Pamlico/Tar rivers goes back centuries...More
This is a very interesting place to visit it offers a variety of educational topics where you can learn about the estuary and nursery grounds for marine life. You will also find how all things are tied together and why you should take care of...More
Located on the waterfront, this is an excellent museum designed to inform visitors of the local water estuary system complete with interactive displays. While the displays were directed mostly to youngsters, they were still very informative for adults. And it is worth the entrance fee...More
Visited with my then 3 year old daughter, the exhibits were small but educational and the building wasn't overwhelming for her age. Staff were excellent and friendly. We were even notified of an activity by staff moments before it began so that we could participate....More