MORRO BAY, Calif., Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Is your family FREE this November or December? Stay in Morro Bay, CA lodging properties for two nights and kids get all kinds of free stuff! Entrance to 3 museums is FREE including the Museum of Natural History, the Skateboard Museum and the Estuary Nature Center! Free cup of clam chowder, kites and more! Not to mention all the other fun FREE stuff there is to do like tide pooling, hiking and beach combing for sand dollars. Morro Bay is perfect for family reunions and holiday get-togethers and offers abundant lodging choices, amazing local seafood, great family restaurants, activities like kayaking and whale watching as well as shopping and wine tasting! Located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Morro Bay is just minutes from Hearst Castle and other favorite attractions along Highway 1 in Central California.
"We wanted to make it easier for your family to enjoy Morro Bay for a family reunion or extended vacation this holiday season," explains Jennifer Little, Executive Director of Discover Morro Bay. "If you and your family haven't experienced this classic fishing village, now is the time when kids get all kinds of free stuff this November and December. We look forward to sharing our amazing treasures with your family."
When you check into your hotel for a two-night stay, a Kid's Passport of Goodies will be provided for each child under 16.
Farmer's Kites and Surrey's - Free Kite, a $5 value!
Subsea Tours - Free Whale Watching, a $18 value!
Morro Bay Natural History Museum - $3 value
Giovanni's Fish Market - Free 8oz Clam Chowder
Carousel Taffy - Free Taffy, $1 value!
Morro Bay Skateboard Museum - Free Entrance and Sticker, $3 value!
Morro Bay Estuary Nature Center - Free Entrance, $2 value!
Gramma's Frozen Yogurt - Free Gummy Shark
REEL EZ Charter Fishing - Free REEL EZ Hat, $9 value!
Kids FREE passports of goodies available at all hotels.
Morro Bay also offers a myriad of year-round events including food, wine and music festivals, art fairs and car shows unique to the town. For more travel information visit http://www.morrobay.org or follow Morro Bay on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.
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