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Stopped here with our 2 young kids (age 8 and 4), it was $30 for our family, which is a bit pricey for what is included, BUT the money goes to a good cause. We were here for a good hour, maybe little more.
What they are doing here is amazing. They was even a group performing surgery when we were here. It is great to see what is being done for rescue firsthand instead of just seeing videos like other places. I liked the mini game they gave...More
This is a worthy educational stop on Jeckyl. You will gain an appreciation for the work they do to rescue sea turtles from all over the east coast. Many of the staff are Americorps volunteers from all over the US. Local volunteers as well. You...More
We come to Jekyll Island due to the GSTC. Three years in a row now. Little kids will enjoy the hospital and the evening walk. Hardcore sea turtle lovers need to Ride with the Night Patrol - the most amazing experience ever is seeing a...More
I have went to a couple of other turtle centers. This one is housed in a very nice facility but there is very limited space to actually view the turtles. Most tanks are covered or too far back to see the turtles. There is one...More
My husband and I are seniors and we visited on July 4th because they were open. There are a lot of hands-on activities for kids and they had a lot of nice items in their gift shop. If you stay inside, it's air conditioned. If...More
Absolutely!! Plenty of hands-on educational exhibits. And if you can set it up at just the right time, the kids can be there for a turtle feeding and possibly even watch Dr. Norton and his staff caring for a turtle!