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Monterey: Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Monterey, California

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Monterey Bay Aquarium

Monterey Bay Aquarium is one of few aquariums that still exhibit sunfishes. To hold jellyfish, a special tank called the Kreisel was constructed. It creates a circular flow to allow them to be suspended in water.

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Monterey Museum of Art 

The Monterey Museum of Art focuses primarily on California artists and art. Two locations are available: The Pacific Street location is simply known as the Monterey Museum. 

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17-Mile Drive 

The 17-Mile Drive runs between Pacific Grove Gate, and Del Monte Forest.Although technically it is not a Monterey, California attraction due to its distance, it is worth the drive if you have enough petrol and time.

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Coast Guard Pier

Actually, the pier is a 1700-foot breakwater that was built in 1930s. Later it was covered with a wharf. It is now the home port for the US Coast Guard Cutter Long Island. The pier’s north side is permissible for fishing. 

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Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo 

The Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo was 215 years old in 2006. It was time to make some repairs.Its foundation was damaged by tree roots and the walls were saturated with moisture. 

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Cannery Row, Monterey

Cannery Row is also home to several private fishing companies that are located on the historic district.The Monterey Bay Aquarium can be found at the northern end of Cannery Row. 

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Lovers Point Park and Beach

It is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike because of its stunning views across the ocean and Monterey Bay.You can also access the water from the park with your kayak, canoe, scuba gear or stand-up paddleboard.