We passed it three times as it isn't marked. The woman at the reception desk opposite the "parking lot" told us there weren't any tours and took us upstairs to meet Frank Murphy, the station's director, who described the station's research. Even though the station was quiet due to the holiday season and we didn't get to see anything, I was glad our children had the opportunity to learn about it. Perhaps it sparked an interest in marine biology.
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