This place was very well kept and the staff were friendly. I don't mind donating at all to support it. The exhibits were nice, I just personally don't love taxidermy in general. It would likely be better for a slightly older child-my son is only...更多
The natural history exhibits in this museum are excellent. There are lots of exhibits about a wide variety of different animals and birds. The are very well done and contain lots of very interesting information. There is plenty to see so you can easily spend...更多
This college-operated museum is a gem: From the National Park Service ranger's humorously delivered but abundantly educational presentation on local ocean species to the taxidermy specimens (created by students), accompanied by informative plaques, this small museum allows visitors to see the "shy" wildlife they might...更多
Very neat place with a touch tank. I held a starfish which was a really cool experience! In this museum they have all wildlife and they talk about them too! I would return! Its a hidden gem! It was not as crowded as everything else...更多
The first time we went here I'd put the money in the donation jar and right after it had closed which really stunk but yesterday we took the kids back. It was worth coming back that second time.
All the taxidermy is done by students...更多
We went to this little museum for the Ranger talk at the touch tank and were so glad that we did. The Ranger, Nate, was entertaining and educational. The museum itself is also quite amazing with well thought out displays that are Smithsonian quality.