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Oregon Coast Aquarium
2820 SE Ferry Slip Road
Newport, Oregon 97365-5259
Voice: 541-867-3474

The Oregon Coast Aquarium is a wonderful place come and spend a few hours or the entire day with your friends and loved ones. If you have children this is a perfect place to get them involved with the wonders of the deep. The look on their faces is priceless as they see for the first time a Giant Octopus or the first time they put their hands on a sea enemy.

As they walk through the aquarium they will get to see a great deal of creature’s that call our oceans home. No matter how old you are the Oregon Coast Aquarium will bring out the inner child in you. There is a great deal of things to do other that just watch the creatures. You may take a stroll in the garden or walk in the Sea Bird Aviary. You might want to check out the Turkey Vulture Habitat and take a glance at one of Mother Nature’s best keep secrets. Although a great deal of people think they just eat dead people they are here to help get rid of roughing corpse of animals to help prevent the spread of disease. Without these amazing birds we might have an entirely deferent world.

If you are more inclined to see some of gods more exotic creatures then you should check out the Sea Otter and the Sea Lions. These animals are always a hit with the entire family.

You only really need to bring yourselves and the ones that you care most for. We highly recommend your camera and take many pictures that way you can give everyone one to remember your visit. Don’t be shy you can ask other visitors to take a picture of your entire group so no one is left out of the memories.



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