The interpretive center is a little gem right on the coast of the peninsula. It serves as a museum of the area as well as an official site for the count of the migration of grey whales. It's a sweet afternoon for individuals and families. Inside is a small museum that can take about 10 to minutes to go through. There are docents that provide lots of information on the local history. Outside are binoculars for viewing whatever is going on in the ocean. There are also picnic tables where you can enjoy the most gorgeous view of the Pacific Ocean and have a little picnic. You can take a walk on the trail and even bring our dog. It's a great way to spend a little time. We're from the area and go often, especially during February and March when the whales are migrating. You can also see dolphins. I highly recommend this bit of local Palos Verdes. It's good for families, couples or just going yourself. Good accessible parking, and - it's free. You can always make a donation, which is always greatly appreciated.
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