Travel TipsAquarium options: Three cool places to spot sea creatures in the San...

Aquarium options: Three cool places to spot sea creatures in the San Francisco area

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The big dad of The San Francisco fishponds is training The Monterey Bay Aquarium, and it’s certainly worth a trip if you have the time. But it’s only a couple of hours from the town, but if that’s not your initiative for the day, do get behind me, Here are three extra places to take the parents and see the water (animals):

Aquarium of the Bay – Located inside the Pier 39 sophisticated, This Fisherman’s Wharf aquarium is extremely handy and big enough to give you your aquarium repair. Not to be overlooked are the multiple walk-through passageways, 300 feet in length, you can also see sharks, bat rays, seabirds and more move slowly. The Touch The Bay show allows children to get into Touch with real marine animals for Leopard Sharks and Bat Rays – you can let them Touch them! Stay close to Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, at the edge of Pier 39.

The California Academy of Science – This refurbished masterpiece won far too many accolades in 2008. Steinhart Aquarium has some really amazing animals that are home to 38 species, 000 animals live, you can view from multiple angles (including those from the above). Further to Northern California birds, You’ll see the Philippine Ocean, the Amazon vegetation, a pond (with cynomolgus iguanas!), and African pandas. The Academy is located in Golden Gate Park, consider staying at the Laurel Inn, Just a quick drive back.

The Marine Mammal Center This is not an aquarium, and thus rarely makes it onto the traveler’s list – all the more reason to visit! The center rescues turtles and lionfish from The sea, and he receives guests and sees the research they use. Choose a self-guided visit of the Marine Site, including the newly renovated clinic, outdoor pools and displays. They’re heaviest in the flower once its molting weather, Look for some nice elephant seal piglets!. Stay at Fairmont Heritage Place in Fisherman’s Wharf, which is a quick drive over the Golden Gate Bridge.

– Debbie Abrams Kaplan of Frisco Kids and Kaplan Ink


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