Public Evening Guided Tour: Hospital Edition


Public Evening Guided Tour: Hospital Edition
Date/Time
Registration Begins
9/13/2019
Last Day To Register
7/4/2020 5:00 PM
Location
14200 US Highway One
Juno Beach, FL 33408, US
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The Center is leveraging best practices from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is participating in the State of Florida’s Safe. Smart. Step-By-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery.

The latest information can be found at https://marinelife.org/

 

The Public Evening Guided Tour: Hospital Edition offers guests the ultimate experience during an after-hours tour, led by an experienced guide. Refreshments will be provided as participants are led through our exhibit hall to learn about the different sea turtle species, LMC and our conservation efforts, and a variety of aquaria found in our local marine ecosystems. For the second part of the tour, guests will be brought beyond the gates of our outdoor sea turtle hospital for a “meet and greet” with our sea turtle patients. The tour also offers an inside tour of our hospital. This is the only experience where we offer a behind the scenes hospital tour! 

Our Evening Guided Tour is a rain or shine program. We have umbrellas available in the event of rain. There are no refunds for tickets purchased. Your purchase directly benefits Loggerhead Marinelife Center and our mission.

Please register for your desired date on our calendar**.

 

** Pre-Registration is required!**

Cost
$25.00 per Participant
Cancellation Policy
Registration is non-refundable and reservations are transferable based on availability and only within the same month of registration. Please only register if you are sure you will be in attendance. The Public Evening Guided Tour: Hospital Edition is rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, guests will take and extensive tour of our Exhibit Hall and enjoy an indoor lesson on sea turtle biology (no entrance to outdoor rehabilitation area).

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