Whale, Sea Life and Sharks Museum
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The only Whale Museum in the state and the only museum in the world that focuses on individual gray whales. The museum features a section on Oregon’s summer resident gray whales, a whale, dolphin and porpoise room, a shark room, a tropical ocean room, an intertidal display with cubbies of common and world wide invertebrates, a seal, sea lion and sea otter room, a seabird and shorebird room and a theater room.