Museum of Natural History

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Slightly west of California's picturesque Highway 1 and midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, you'll find the Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History sitting on a hill overlooking the Morro Bay Estuary. Each year the museum receives about 64,000 visitors. In addition to panoramic views of the coastline, the view from the museum includes the world-famous Morro Rock. The museum is an educational and interactive adventure designed for everyone. Examine, discover, and learn about the natural habitats of the area and the impacts of natural and human forces through hands-on displays, activities, and events. The museum offers cultural history, Native American life, geology, oceanography, and interactive exhibits and activities for all ages: nature walks, exhibitions, lectures, puppet shows, videos, tours, and special events. There's an admission charge to enter and the location is one mile past the campground and marina.

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