A great little museum of the local flora and fauna. There is a replica of a grey whale in the front that the kids will enjoy climbing on. Inside is a taxidermy collection from early in the last century of the local birds and a now extinct carrier pigeon, there is history of the first Chinese fishing village and some startling history of the discrimination that they faced when the Anglos came to set up their canneries. Outside at the back is a native plant garden with the different climatic zones represented. The volunteer staff was very friendly and helpful. A donation is requested for admittance and it's worth stopping here if you like local history.
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