This facility is a state-of-the-art marine biology lab devoted to the preservation, breeding and study of sea horses. It's fascinating and well worth the visit, for kids and adults. My husband, 12 year old daughter, and I went with a bit of skepticism that it might be a tourist trap but we were very pleasantly surprised. The young lady who gave us the tour was a biologist herself and was incredibly knowledgeable and engaging. Seeing various sea horses and learning all about how they live, tasting their food (seaweed grown on the premises) and getting to have a sea horse wrapped around your fingers is a unique experience, well worth the time and money. Plus if you've never been to a marine biology facility, its interesting and educational to visit one.
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