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The Ultimate Day in the Bay Including Muir Woods
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The Ultimate Day in the Bay Including Muir Woods

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A sightseeing bus tour makes it easy for time-strapped travelers to see the San Francisco Bay Area's major attractions in just one day, without skimping on insight and photo ops not offered by smaller walking tours. Plus, a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods and Sausalito saves you the time, bridge tolls, and the headaches of traveling to these packed destinations on your own.
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Ryan Witwicki Faddegon wrote a review Aug 2020
Mill Valley, California16 contributions1 helpful vote
These people will drive you crazy. After giving a second attempt to volunteer three years later, I was left at the fish kitchen for duty constantly watching dishes. That's all had me do. It was a personal hell. They made bogus claims of praise, then suddenly call me a burden say am in the way getting meals and treatment to the marine mammal patients. That's really messed up don't ya think? I recommend not volunteering with these senseless people. My advice for them, none of them are fit for Marine Mammal Center so they'd outta leave. They have no understanding of the marine mammals, or the volunteers. Actually I was there in January of 2016 then again October 2018- January of 2019.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Lynx123 wrote a review Oct 2019
San Francisco, California70 contributions8 helpful votes
To those who are not familiar with the Marine Mammal Center, it is a place where rescued or abandoned sick and injured marine mammals are nursed back to health and released back to the ocean. They have audio tours as well as guided tours every day. Extremely interesting and educational for kids. The exhibits and the tour raise the kids’ awareness of environmental as well as man made challenges facing marine mammals. Their facilities are very impressive, state of the art( or rather technology). For example, the water in the individual pools in the pans is filtered, sanitized and recirculated every 35 minutes to prevent cross contamination and keep the injured or sick animals healthy. It is a non profit organization. The bonus: A million dollar view of the city and Golden Gate Bridge on a clear day!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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inekesg wrote a review Aug 2019
Walnut Creek, California112 contributions31 helpful votes
It is incredible important to see what can achieved by all volunteers. Their job is very important for saving species and learning everything what is going on in the ocean. The guides can tell you everything about the animals and the bigger picture of the research. We visited the site several times and every time it’s a great experience!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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clairann2000 wrote a review May 2019
Colorado583 contributions190 helpful votes
This 45 year old center had 157 seals, sea lions, etc. in residence the day we visited. You observe from a distance above and they are active and vocal...try to come at feeding time...we did NOT, but we reserved a guided tour in advance and the 45 minute tour was really informative. If you don't tour, do watch the various videos and guide yourself. Beautiful setting, but most importantly, great work.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Alan L wrote a review May 2019
Melbourne, Australia240 contributions66 helpful votes
This place does a great job looking after sick and injured sea mammals and we were quite happy to donate to a worthy cause. Here you can learn a lot on how we are messing up the world and what we can do to change. It doesn't take much, and we can make the future brighter. Please note, it is free to go in and if you then think it is a good cause donate. You can see the magnificent work saving seals, sea lions, see elephants etc, and there are so many volunteers that give there time. Fantastic work!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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