Overlooking Glenelg beach, the Rodney Fox Shark Experience Museum pays homage to the shark. Ironically, it was only a short ... More
Rodney Fox Shark Experience Museum
Overlooking Glenelg beach, the Rodney Fox Shark Experience Museum pays homage to the shark. Ironically, it was only a short distance from here where Rodney was savaged by a shark in 1963. This marine museum promotes respect and understanding of the behavior of sharks. Rodney Fox's amazing life, producing documentaries and movies for National Geographic and Universal Studios, is highlighted on film. Exhibits, models and photographs depict his fascinating underwater adventures. The nautical-themed gift shop also serves as booking center for underwater shark watching excursions with Rodney and Andrew Fox. The museums is temporarily closed check the website for more details on when it re-opens.
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