Are you looking for ways to expand your child’s education? Expose them to the world at large? Teach them the benefits of stewardship? Engender an atmosphere of adventure and exploration?
A visit to SEA Lab accomplishes all this and more in a fun and stimulating environment. Nestled in a structure located on the west side of Harbor Drive and Herondo, SEA Lab boasts an enchanting microcosm of Southern California marine life.
Chock full of interactive exhibits and exotic sea creatures, don’t be surprised to discover a future marine biologist in your midst. Starfish, sharks, seahorses and more are on display in addition to a tank featuring California moray eels.
Hourly guided tours are offered to get the most out of this remarkable local resource. The touch tanks are a great way to acquire some hands-on experience and the popular Saturday fish feed is always a crowd pleasing spectacle.
Since 1997, the LA Conservation Corps has operated and managed the marine conservation and education programs at this hands-on science center located in the City of Redondo Beach. Each year, SEA Lab staff, corps members and volunteers educate schoolchildren and visitors about marine life and the importance of protecting our oceans.
Learning should never be a chore and a visit to SEA Lab is a terrific way to experience something new while having a little fun.
The facility is open every day except Monday and is available for private parties. SEA Lab is operated by the LA Conservation Corps and is a non-profit organization. Admission is $5 per person, children 13 and younger are admitted free.
For additional information, call 310-318-7432 or visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/The.SEA.Lab.LACorps.
SEA Lab is located at 1021 North Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach.