Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive CenterCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: 2301 University Dr., Newport Beach, CA 92660, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9499232290
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Family And Kids
There are very few estuaries remaining in California and the Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive Center help to understand just how important these habitats are for the wildlife of the Upper Newport Bay Area. Take a walking tour or the Water tour arranged by the centre to explore the region or simply see the live reptile and amphibian display at the centre. Either way, the place promises to be a learning experience for people of all ages.
The 10,000 square feet facility offers a spellbinding view of the bay area and along with trending exhibits that explain the changing habitats of the bay area, information on the wildlife and migration pattern of birds and even detailed information of the plants and trees that thrive here, the centre has become an important spot for environmentalists and nature lovers. Do look out for any trending exhibits and tours arranged by the centre when you visit the city.
Entrance Ticket Details For Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive Center
- Admission to the place is free of cost. For tour and other prices, visit official website.
How to Reach Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive Center
- By Bus: Irvine-University
- By renting a Car/ Bike
- By hiring a Yellow Cab Taxi
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Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive Center Reviews & Ratings
Great place for a walk or bike ride along the Back Bay and the surrounding bluffs. Some areas are nicely restored but there will be plenty of noise from traffic and the nearby airport. Interpretive center is free and has some nice exhibits. Parking is free.
It's a good chunk of land kept separate from all the artificial masses. There are lots of smells that can either be stinky or fresh and lovely. I'm glad there is a center for visitors to get information about the land and all the animals who live here as well as the history. Hopefully this place will stay in its place for a long time, because when it rains the plants are more vibrant than you've ever seen in your garden.
Great spot to bring the kids especially with a bit of ocean breeze to stay cooler in the hotter summer days.
The rangers stationed here do a stellar job. They host regular community outreaches that demonstrate how to be responsible stewards of our dwindling natural places. And it's just a beautiful place to go and experience coastal wetlands.
A nice family visit. Great for adults and kids. I spend almost 2 hours inside the center with my children.