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  2. Heal the Bay Aquarium

    healthebay.org/aquarium

    Under the Santa Monica Pier, come see what Heal the Bay’s work is all about: Protecting the people and animals who call the Bay home. With over 100 local species on exhibit, hands-on activities for all ages, and daily educational programs, our award-winning Heal the Bay Aquarium is the perfect place to immerse yourself in marine science.

  3. The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium offers a diverse array of lively events and fun activities. Whether you want to host a birthday party, teach students more about marine biology, or get involved in environmental advocacy, Heal the Bay Aquarium has the opportunities and resources for you. Learn more by visiting healthebay.org.

  4. Santa Monica Pier Aquarium | Aquarium at Santa Monica Pier

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    The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is Heal the Bay’s marine education facility, located beach-level, just below the Carousel at the Santa Monica Pier. The Aquarium is open to the general public and attracts nearly 100,000 visitors per year. Visit the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium with your family today.

  5. Heal the Bay Aquarium (Santa Monica) - Tripadvisor

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    About. Heal the Bay Aquarium is a marine education facility, which inspires understanding and conservation of Southern California coastal waters, watersheds and marine life through education, interaction and discovery. Located beach level, just below the Carousel at the Santa Monica Pier, the Aquarium is open to the general public daily.

  6. Santa Monica Pier Aquarium - Wikipedia

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    The California Moray Eel is one of the featured local species on display. This California Two-Spot Octopus is 3–4 months old. Heal the Bay Aquarium, previously named the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, is a private-public aquarium at a California State Beach Park managed by Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors, located beneath the Santa Monica Pier, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.

  7. Santa Monica Pier Aquarium (Santa Monica, CA) 2023 Review &...

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    Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. 1600 Ocean Front Walk, Santa Monica, 90401, CA. Best For: Infants 0-2. Little Kids 3-6. Big Kids 7-9. Tweens 10-12. Teens 13-17. With touch tanks, baby sharks and a priceless view of the water from the pier, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is perfect for families of every age.

  8. Beach closures have been lifted for Mother’s Beach, Venice City Beach, and Dockweiler State Beach following a discharge of untreated sewage in late January. All locations affected by the waste line blockage and spill have now been tested and cleared for public recreation. No one should get sick from a day at the beach, and notices of localized bacteria spikes can get buried in mainstream news circuits.

  9. Santa Monica Pier Aquarium | Go City®

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    Heal the Bay Aquarium, located under the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, features hundreds of wonderful marine creatures. Save up to 50% on Santa Monica Pier Aquarium tickets with Go City® Admission to 30+ attractions for one low price.

  10. Heal the Bay Aquarium - Santa Monica, CA - Yelp

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    I took a quick trip to the Heal the Bay Aquarium, which sits right at the foot of the Santa Monica Pier. The aquarium is small but cute. There are several touch pools--with abalone, sea stars, sea urchins, and more--and a couple of pier-themed exhibits--which were quite cool and gave a good snapshot of the fish and other critters living nearby.

  11. Santa Monica Pier and Ocean Avenue | Neighborhoods | Santa Monica

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    Santa Monica Pier/Ocean Avenue. A long Ocean Avenue, alfresco dining spots, pastel-hued hotels, palm-lined Palisades Park and the distinctive Tongva Park provide enviable beachfront hangouts. Ocean Front Walk, home of the Original Muscle Beach, still flexes its charm with a collection of rings, parallel bars and balance bars plied by bodybuilders, yogis and other assorted sun-worshippers.