We welcome all types of visitors to the Wrigley Marine Science Center, from the most advanced scientific researchers to members of the general public. Learn how you can connect with the laboratory from the options below.
Conducting Research at WMSC
For information about conducting your independent research at the WMSC, please click here.
Teachers and Faculty: Want to teach all or part of your course at Catalina Island? For information about bringing your course to WMSC, please contact Ann Close at email@example.com.
Visits by Educational Groups
WMSC offers a number of informal education programs for visiting student and adult groups. For a list of these opportunities, see our Informal Education page.
Hosting Conferences at WMSC
Groups interested in conference facilities at WMSC or the Boone Center, please see the links below or contact Katie Chvostal at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 510-4015.
Visits by the Public
“Saturdays at the Lab”: Summer Only (May 31 - August 30), Saturday mornings, 10 a.m.-12 noon
The Wrigley Marine Science Center holds an open house every Saturday morning during the summer for visitors who want to see the inside of a working marine lab. This two-hour tour is open to the public and begins at the waterfront of the Wrigley Marine Science Center, two miles east of Two Harbors on Catalina Island. Visitors can experience a touch tank, research exhibits, a science lecture and a tour of a hyperbaric chamber (unless the chamber is being used for treatments). Download the Saturdays at the Lab flier here. For more information, call (310) 510-0811.
Individual Visits: Year Round, by appointment
The Wrigley Marine Science Center welcomes public visitors throughout the year. Visitors to the Two Harbors area are invited to call the WMSC office at (310) 510-0811 and arrange a time to stop by. Please check in at the front office upon arrival, where you will sign in and a Visitor’s Guide will be provided. Download the Visitor’s Guide here.