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Pacific Marine Mammal Center

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Pacific Marine Mammal Center

277 Reviews
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Have Fun Tours has been in business for over 12 years. As native Californians, we have extensive knowledge of local tourist spots and hidden gems. We leverage our familiarity with the places where we tour to create a one-of-a-kind VIP experience for you and your loved ones.<br><br>We tap into our network of reputable companies, popular theme parks, and influential people in Hollywood and surrounding areas to provide you with exclusive travel deals. Aside from public tours, we offer special private trips that feature once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. We always come up with new ways to design tours that match your thirst for adventure. <br><br>With the Hollywood Tour, the coup d'etat is our stop by the live outdoor taping of a TV show, Access Hollywood, hosted by our dear friend, Mario Lopez. This is limited to Wednesdays through the end of the year until January 1, 2020 when it will be available M - F. <br><br>We also offer SPANISH speaking tours.
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Lana wrote a review Oct 2020
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This is a rehabilitation center for Seals & Sea Lions, which facilitates rescue, rehabilitate, and release. An additional purpose of this location is to educate the population, while they nurse these animals back to health. It is not a Zoo, though you can enjoy watching the seals & Sea Lions playing from time to time at a safe and healthy distance. It's a great learning trip for your kids with a small bit of interactive tools, and the well informed Docents. Be sure to check out their gift shop also, as all proceeds go to support the care of the animals. Like any hospital, or rehabilitation facility the amount of animals will vary as all that are cared for here, are released back into the ocean upon healing. Entry is free. Parking is touch and go as it is in the Laguna Canyon. All in all, well worth a quick stop.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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hobolinda wrote a review Oct 2020
Torrance, California141 contributions35 helpful votes
If you are not familiar with these animals, it is a very informative experience. They are doing great work to rescue and release these sweet creatures
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Laura C wrote a review Aug 2020
Newport Beach, California14 contributions1 helpful vote
It is nice to see the rehabilitation process. The work they do is incredible. However there is not much to do. You can see the animals in their pens and that's about it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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pinkspottedzebras wrote a review Jun 2020
DFW, Texas162 contributions24 helpful votes
Super interesting visit, we enjoyed learning the stories behind the current rescues. I've followed on social media for quite some time and it was nice to see it all in person. Their gift shop is great and all proceeds help the cause. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Stephanie M wrote a review Mar 2020
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We have been coming here for years. Now I bring my grandkids. The volunteers can explain to the children the different animals and their situations. The kids get to see the seals and sea lions up close and hear about the value of the rescue missions. Sometimes we have stayed just 15 minutes and other times an hour watching and observing. Definitely kid friendly and worth the stop!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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