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Monterey's famous Cannery Row, a short drive from Santa Cruz, is a popular day trip destination for people all over the Bay Area to see the Monterey Bay Aquarium, kayak in the...
Galleries and exhibits, explore the diverse habitats of Monterey Bay. There are 10 major exhibit areas included the new Wild About Otters area. More than 550 species are on view....
Spanning 276 miles of shoreline between Marin and Cambria, this 5,322-square-mile marine sanctuary is one of the world's most diverse ecosystems, with the heart of it all lying in...
A regional history museum housed in an 1849 town hall and public school. This was the home of the 1849 California Constitutional Convention.
This historic building built in 1854 displays jail artifacts, cells, and jail records for visitors to view.
Paintings, costumes, manuscript collections, artwork, and historic buildings make up the Monterey History and Art Association. Among the sites are the Perry-Downer House and...
A collection of marine artifacts, ship models, paintings, and photographs of maritime history in Monterey.
There are four galleries and eighteen artists' studios making up the art center. The center also has art classes and rotating exhibits.
Founded in 1881 the museum exhibits endangered cultures, marine life, mammals, reptiles, plants, insects,. and geology of Monterey County.
20th century arts archives from 1900-1950, paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture and more.
Lovers Point Park is located at the foot of 17th Street, and is a landscaped community park of 4.4 acres. It is used for picnicking, fishing, swimming, water sports, and surfing....
Since 1991, produce vendors come from all over California, from Salinas and Watsonville, to Fresno and Sacramento. They sell Certified and Organic Certified produce. As a visitor...
A Certified Farmer's Market, a deliciously tempting Baker's Alley and dozens of unique craft vendors are the main draw of this extremely popular market, which is open every...
Historic house circa 1834-1846 now used by the Old Capital Club as a private men's luncheon club. Sculptures and various artifacts displayed throughout.
On display at the Monterey Museum of Art are works by regional artists, international photography, Asian and Pacific art, national ethnic and tribal art.
Located in the Monterey State Historic Park, this house was home to famous writer, Robert Louis Stevenson in 1879 and displays the largest collection of Stevenson's personal...
O'Connor Pest Control Monterey staff consists of highly experienced pest & termite professionals in Monterey CA with over 60 years of industry experience. We offer affordable pest...