Kids and adults had a blast. Lots of different turtles. The woman doing the presentations took the time to talk to our son and take him around to different tanks to show him special things about the turtles. Husband got to feed one. Everyone there is nice. It is open, so it doesn't smell. There is a box when you walk in for donations. No actual charge for this place. A gift shop with nice stuff that helps keep the place going. My son adopted a hatchling which you can name-he thought that was so cool! Going back today so we can see Alison swim with her prosthetic flipper!
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