One of the great things about our stay in Monterey was being able to see the Monterey Bay Aquarium with some free passes from the campground. We were running out of time and decided the best remaining day would be on Saturday.
Oops. It was crowded. Not "I can't move around here it is so crowded", more like, "Wow - there a lot of people here. Kind of tricky to get some pictures of the fish."
It has thousands of plants and animals/fish on display and is visited by over 1.8 million visitors each year. And we could see why. It is very well done and very interesting. In some ways it reminded us of the Oregon State University Mark Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport Oregon. Monterey Bay Aquarium is significantly larger, and has a lot more to see, but both were worth the time and effort to visit.
The jellyfish on the other hand, weren't. They just floated around.
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