Sun, Nov 21|
Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary and the Museum of Natural History
Time & Location
Nov 21, 2021, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Pacific Grove, 165 Forest Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950
About the Event
Pacific Grove is a fantastic place to view monarchs with thousands more than 2020 wintering in this location! Join us for a tour of the Monarch Sanctuary to learn about the lifecycle and status of these precious and beautiful butterflies! There will be a Docent on site 12PM-1PM to answer any questions our group may have. Right now there are 9,544 butterflies. Afterwards you can drive over to the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History to look at their fabulous exhibits.
We'll be meeting at the Monarch Sanctuary entrance at 12PM, parking along Ridge Rd.
MONARCH SANCTUARY PARKING
Monarch butterflies overwinter in Pacific Grove every year from November through mid February. Pacific Grove's monarch overwintering site is located at 250 Ridge Road off of Lighthouse Avenue in downtown Pacific Grove. Museum sanctuary docents are available everyday during these months at the sanctuary. Admission is free with donations appreciated.
Limited to 25 people.
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History and Monarch Grove Sanctuary are both ADA accessible and a wheel chair is available upon request. Handicap parking is located on Forest Avenue parking lot (No parking lot city permit is required for the handicap parking space).
Unlimited parking on two sides of Jewell Park, directly across the street from the front entrance of the Museum. Two-hour limit on Central Avenue and Grand Avenue. All day parking in parking lot on Forest Avenue on Saturday and Sunday only. Handicap parking is located on Forest Avenue parking lot (No parking lot city permit is required for the handicap parking space).
- $8.95 for Adults
- $5.95 for Youth 4-18; Students with ID; and Military
PERMANENT MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS