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We visited the museum with our 2 year old daughter. We heard the explanation from one of the guides who was very friendly and informative. The museum is very complete, and just the right size for everyone to see it and be interested all through...More
Very scientific museum with guides who speak numerous languages. Tour begins with evolution of whales and continues through several rooms with whale types described. Actual whale parts are displayed in jars with preservation fluid which may offend some sensitive visitors. Overall it's a small and...More
Located right on the Malecon, this is good for a couple of hours shade from the burning midday sun. Bringing the La Paz map (you got at your hotel - or be very cheeky and snitch one from the counter at the museum), will bring...More
We visited this fairly new Museo de La Ballena in November 2016 and we were extremely impressed by our guide. She was passionate and knowledgeable as she is a marine biology student at the local university in La Paz. The museum is beautiful and well...More
This museum was very interesting and informative. The young gentleman who showed us round obviously enjoyed what he was doing and was delightful. His tour showed us the different type of turtles and sea life in La Paz. This is definitely worth a visit.
Great place to start your vacation in La Paz. We learned things about marine life , such as whales snd turtles, that we didn't know. It gave us an appreciation for the research that takes place in the sea of cortez and the care that...More
The museum is beautifully displayed with indoor and outdoor structures and televised graphics. Unfortunately nothing interactive or 'touchy' for kids inside though you can touch and pose by the outdoor exhibits.
The guide is a must
the shop has the best t shirt souvenir for...More