For students and their families, there are lots of things to do around Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, from beachcombing and tidepooling to wildlife watching.
If you can't make it there in person, take a virtual tour. Explore sanctuary intertidal beaches, kelp forests, rocky reefs, open ocean, and seafloor on our website. Learn about sea otters, albatross, deep-sea corals, shipwrecks, and more!
Immerse yourself in the ocean and your national marine sanctuaries without getting wet!
Enjoy games, coloring pages, and fun activities to help you learn about the national marine sanctuaries.
Ocean Guardian programs encourage children to explore their natural surroundings to form a sense of personal connection to the ocean and/or watersheds in which they live.
Junior Oceanographer summer camps, a partnership with Feiro Marine Life Center, provide youth with experiential education programs focused on the local marine environment in order to improve ocean literacy and foster a lifelong respect for and understanding of the ocean.