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The Pacific Marine Mammal Center rescues, rehabilitates and releases marine mammals and inspires ocean stewardship through research, education and collaboration. We are open to the public for visitors every day from 10am - 4pm. We are closed on...more
They are doing great work and are excited to share. It’s a quick visit (about 1 hour) because it’s a small facility but so worth the stop. Cute little gift shop and proceeds go directly back into care for the animals. We had grandparents and...More
The Pacific Marine Mammal Center is a great sightseeing stop. Educational to learn about the plight of mammals in our ocean. They do a great job rehabiliting the mammals so they can return to the sea. It is amazing to see a seal successfully reintroduced...More
My family visited the Pacific Marine Mammal Center on a Friday afternoon. It is very easy to find as it is right off Laguna Canyon Road. There is a small parking lot outside the complex by the blue sign. After entering we were met by...More
We visited based on a recommendation from our hotel. So glad we took their advice. What a great way to see seals and sea lions up close. We stayed at least an hour and watched the staff feed the animals—quite a task since some are...More
If you are in the area this place is definitely worth the stop. The volunteer who spoke to us was very helpful and friendly. My daughter is an advocate for the humane treatment of all animals-she actually researched and prepared a presentation on behalf of...More
It is truly amazing to see what they do to rescue these beautiful animals and anyone who is a nature lover will enjoy being this close to them. The Center does a great job of educating visitors on the species, issues, treatments, feeding, etc. A...More
Easy to find, fun informative, small and so worthwile. We were given a 30 minute guide and chat by a worker from Oklahoma, she was really fun and informative.
Highly recommend this easy to find and valuable community enterprise on the main canyon road
This place is great for a quick visit. You will see some rescue sea lions or other sea mammals and learn a little about their situation. This place is not a major tourist attraction and you will probably not spend a lot of time there...More
After that last horrible incident, they apparently need a security guard after hours. Of course you can't just drop off one of those, but a donation towards acquiring/supporting one might be on their list.