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Whale, Sea Life, and Shark Museum Hotel & Travel Guide
The youngsters will be captivated with the curious animals that inhabit Whale, Sea Life, and Shark Museum.
You'll find it in Depoe Bay, roughly 50 miles (80 kilometers) outside of the state capital, Salem.
For uncomplicated access to Whale, Sea Life, and Shark Museum, reserve a room at one of 7 hotels that are a short commute away. Only 0.2 miles (0.3 kilometers) away, you will be able to lay your head at the Depoe Bay Inn - Adults Only. Two other places are the Travelodge Depoe Bay, 0.4 miles (0.6 kilometers) away, and the Four Winds Motel, 0.6 miles (1.0 kilometer) away.
Whether you are a tea connoisseur or a budding barista, you'll need something to keep your energy levels up. A short walk from Whale, Sea Life, and Shark Museum, Bay Walk Cafe offers a tempting range of hot drinks and snacks. A prominent eatery which is also nearby is Bay View Thai Kitchen. It's a marvelous choice if you're feeling especially hungry or desire something a bit more indulgent. Why not end a thoroughly enjoyable day with a toast to your traveling companions? Get down to The Horn Public House and Brewery, just around the corner, and call for a round.
Other Things to Do Near Whale, Sea Life, and Shark MuseumAfter you're done at Whale, Sea Life, and Shark Museum, there are a variety of other attractions that'll keep you busy:
- Are you looking for a green space where one can enjoy a family picnic, a relaxing walk or just soak up the sun? You ought to visit Depoe Bay City Park.
- Take part in a cruise around Boiler Bay State Wayside to savor the vibrant sea air and lapping waves.
- Visit Rocky Creek State Scenic Viewpoint, an urban oasis, and enjoy basking in the sun and appreciating the natural surroundings.
- Head out into nature with an excursion to Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area, a popular recreational area.
- Spend a few hours in the sunshine and stretch your legs at Devil's Punch Bowl State Natural Area, one of the area's most visited parks.