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Sea Glass Museum, Fort Bragg

(3.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • See the title? That's because it is important to realize that sea glass collectors will love this museum. If you don't care about it - it may not be the place for you. It is small - but that didn't ma...  more »
  • It wasn't exactly what my wife and I expected, however it did have some interesting pieces and information. The staff wasn't the nicest upon entering, but got more friendly as we looked around. 
  • Small but lots of glass to see here. Many different colors and sizes. Has television monitors spread through out the museum. 
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  • The Good: Free admission to "museum" (lol). The owner helps identify your findings for free if you found anything odd. The Bad: The museum is unimpressive and noisy (many TV monitors playing at the same time different videos in the same area as well as a radio in the front). Definitely don't go there to relax!
  • Great free museum explaining the glass beach. It only takes ten minutes to walk through so if you get a chance, go support this local small business
  • Tiny little place: very interesting learning what types of containers and such the different colors of glass on Glass Beach come from. No admission and has some very cool souvenirs.
  • Cool little shop if you go make sure to make a donation to help keep this great little shop open for years to come.
  • It was beautiful with the nice ocean breeze