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We loved this place and always took our visitors there before going on any of the tours. It gave us uneducated people some sense of the surroundings and of the sights that we were going to see when going out / in the water. Too...More
Very interesting museum with a very nice gift shop attached. Located right on the Malecon of La Paz, in the center of everything, a few buildings down from Hotel Perla's restaurant. The museum is worth a visit.
This place had a lot more to offer than I thought. It is very big. Many marine ceatures to see and explore. It takes a good hour to enjoy everything. Worth the $5. I was surprised that things were out in the open. In the...More
The museum is very small, I walked back and forth wondering if I missed something. For 160 pesos it is a total tourist trap, also cash only. Nobody offered me a tour, though my Spanish is not so good. If you have a lot of...More
This is an interesting little museum (3 big rooms) full of interesting displays on whales, sharks, porpoises and sea turtles. Lots of skeletons of these different creatures, and descriptive signs ... some in Spanish, some in English, some in French. It was very interesting to...More
This museum is very small, only about 3 rooms, but it packs a lot of information in, and it is very thoughtfully laid out. My 5 year old loves whales and greatly enjoyed the museum. He blew threw the whole place in about 20 minutes,...More
After seeing the piece of the balene whale that filters its food I understood why the krill (the whale food) don't just go back out of the whale's mouth. Definitely listen in on the museum guides talk. They have lots of interesting information.