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“Sits on a hill overlooking the Morro Bay Estuary”
The Museum of Natural History - the only one in the California State Park system -- opened in 1962. It served over 10,000 visitors in its first two years alone, and now some 65,000 thousand people visit the Museum annually, including 14,000 children who participate free-of-charge in the docent-led school group programs that support California's required science and social studies standards. Just west of California's scenic Highway 1, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History sits on a hill overlooking the Morro Bay Estuary. In addition to panoramic views of the coastline, the view from the museum includes world-famous Morro Rock.
Super cute small museum with amazing views of Morro Bay! Very interactive and staff was friendly. Reasonable $3 admission fee for adults, kids are free. Parking is easy and plentiful in their... Read more
Loved loved loved it!!!! Staff was super friendly. My kids enjoyed the whole experience and mainly the microscope. The view to Morro Rock is amazing from here as well. My kids learned many cool... Read more
This place is a must see for adults and children. Kids under 17 are free, adults were $3 while we were there. There are so many things to spin, pull open, hear etc, it's truly an interactive... Read more
Museum of Natural History
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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