It's a small, public aquarium that displays approximately 140 species of marine animals found in Northeast and Middle Atlantic waters. And, it's free. Come on a rainy day or arrive early for your ferry from Wood's Hole and take a half hour to an hour and enjoy the small, informative aquarium. The highlight of a visit, if you time it right, is the 11am and 4pm harbor seal feeding. It's fun, informative and interactive.
Other highlights include: Touch tanks where you may find lobsters, tautogs, quahogs, horseshoe crabs, spider crabs, sea stars (starfish), and hermit crabs. Information about marine animals, marine environments, endangered species, marine science, and resource management issues. Exhibit cases with bones, skulls, and teeth. Animals of the Northeast and Middle Atlantic waters
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