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I like to take my grand children and their friends to this site AND then to the Barrier Island Museum (about a 30 minute drive further south). The Barrier Island facility is much larger and has many more interactive displays and exhibits than this one...More
Volunteer driven. These angels protect the turtles and enforce the lights out laws to safely guide the baby turtles to the ocean.
Store has great items for sale and learning room for kids and kid-at-heart adults. Go learn about the turtles.
I bought a $5...More
We stopped at the Sea Turtle Preserve because I had ridden by it numerous times and wanted to see what it was all about. Great presentations about sea turtles. Very relaxing atmosphere. Looking and learning at our own pace. The only draw back was the...More
I recommend visiting here if you are in the area. we found a baby sea turtle that had wash ashore with the seaweed following the hurricanes. The little guy was too weak to swim so brought him here. They nursed him back to health and...More
My father loves visiting here every year that he comes to visit. A great selection of hats and shirts aS well as an awesome education experience on sea turtles. They also have a drop box for lost or injured baby sea turtles.
The sea turtle preservation society does great work with endangered sea turtles. However, you won't see any turtles here. It's mostly just a gift shop and educational venue. They had coloring pages and other activities for kids, but there was nothing for my young baby,...More
the sea turtle tours are only during nesting season, which isn't until the summer/early fall; their office is located right on A1A in Melbourne Beach and they're very helpful; there are also several nice educational centers... More
the sea turtle tours are only during nesting season, which isn't until the summer/early fall; their office is located right on A1A in Melbourne Beach and they're very helpful; there are also several nice educational centers in the area which are free you should take advantage of; right off the bat i can't think of their names, i think one is the barrier island sanctuary and that is also in melbourne beach - have a wonderful visit