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Welcome to the Ostego Bay Foundation Marine Science Center located at 718 Fisherman's Wharf on San Carlos Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fl. For 26 years, the Center provides a Marine Science Experience through interactive exhibits, aquariums, touch...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
718 Fishermans Wharf, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931-2204
Its under the bridge and near a big restaurant. I didn't really mean a 1 circle. I was disappointed that it was not open. I read about it in the local what-to-do paper. They weren't current.More
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Daniel E, Public Relations Manager at Ostego Bay Marine Science Center, responded to this reviewResponded August 1, 2018
Hello Emily, Thank you for considering the Ostego Bay Marine Science Center as a destination. We conduct our annual Kid's Summer Camp every June and July. Due to the size of the center makes it difficult to accommodate both the Public and the Summer Campers...More
Excellent information from knowledgeable guides on this tour of the working waterfront. Shrimp boats from many locations work out of this port and are responsible for much of the production of the lovely pink shrimp we love to eat. We also learned about the local...More
What a great visit we had with our guests to Ostego Bay Marine and Science Center! Marilyn, our guide, was very knowledgeable and engaging as always. Our guests really enjoyed seeing the live animals and learning all about them, the environment and more.
This is a 3 hour guided tour where you learn about the commercial shrimp fishing industry and marine life in the area. See how shrimp boats are unloaded, the nets are made / repaired and the seafood is processed. Some of the tour is in...More
We visited here one afternoon and really enjoyed the animals, displays and aquariums. The guide was very interesting and shared experiences, stories and information about the local sea life of the area. Well worth a visit while in the area. Located right near Doc Ford's...More
As previously stated by other reviewers, this is a hidden gem and well worth your time. The employees of the Ostego Bay Marine Science Center are dedicated and have a wealth of knowledge to share. Great to hear the impact of the waterfront on the...More
If you call ahead, sometimes they will be offering Shrimp Boat Tours, which includes a guided walk and a quick lesson about the estuary and how important the mangroves are to the eco system here. The Naturalists are very informative and seem to be passionate...More