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Connect with Nature
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Sea Center is located on Stearns Wharf and fulfills the mission of the Museum to inspire a passion for the natural world.

At the Sea Center visitors of all ages can enjoy interactive exhibits, opportunities to work like scientists, a theater showcasing the wonders of the Santa Barbara Channel, hands-on close encounters with sea creatures, and a live shark touch pool. Children can crawl through a 1,500-gallon tidepool tank to see ocean life from a different perspective. The Sea Center is an engaging, interactive marine education facility that allows visitors to discover the fun in science and the wonders of the natural world.

 


Experience the newest exhibit Intertidal Wonders.


Enter the Surge Tank tunnel and see a tidepool from the inside out.


Visit the Marine Mammal Mezzanine and learn more about these magnificent creatures.


 

 

 

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