This museum displays and documents the natural history of beautiful Monterey County. The bulk of its exhibits showcase the ... More
Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History
This museum displays and documents the natural history of beautiful Monterey County. The bulk of its exhibits showcase the native geology, aboriginal populations, plants, and animals of the region. In addition to permanent exhibits, the museum also hosts special events including a celebrated annual Wild Flower Show . After a trip to the museum, check out another local attraction, the Point Pinos Lighthouse . Admission is free to both places.
We loved the museum. It is free and stocked to the brim with stuff to see! Right across from the library - great stop on the way to the shops or aquarium. We always visit it when we are here (2ce/year). Highly recommended!
Set against the rocky, dramatic Pacific Coastline and high above white sand beaches, located just 400 yards from the Monterey
Bay's most interesting and accessible beach and beach trails, we face the forest of the Asilomar State Park and ...
A favorite among Fandango regulars is the succulent Rack of Lamb; other menu items include Fresh Seafood, a variety of
pastas, delicious and exotic Mediterranean dishes such as paella and Couscous, and a tempting selection of excellent steaks. Several ...
This lighthouse, located in Monterey County, has been operating since 1855, making it the oldest operating one on the West
Coast. Aside from its rich history, it offers spectacular views from its vantage point. The trek to get there ...
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