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Pacific Grove Travel Guide  

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Pacific Grove is a coastal town having a population of about 15,552 in Monterey County, California and is beautifully situated between the two famous adjacent cities Pebble Beach and Monterey, with the  Carmel by the Sea city which is 5 miles to the south.
The San Francisco Bay people visit this place as it is a perfect weekend escape. The city is known for its Victorian homes, Point Pinos lighthouse which is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse, Museum of Natural history and the Stowitts Museum & Library.
The city is a natural habitat for several types which include marine, pine forest and mixed oak woodland. It is known for the breeding Monarch butterfly in the southern part of town. Killing a butterfly is an offense and punishable by 1000$ fine.

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Reviews Pacific Grove

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Monarch Grove Butterfly Sanctuary Opened by the city of Pacific Grove to preserve the habitat of butterflies which flock the Eucalyptus grove every October to warmer climates as well as providing an opportunity to the people to witness this spectacular sight.... more Monarchs stay in this sanctuary till February and then move south and admission to this sanctuary is free and October is best time to visit. Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History This museum is dedicated to interpreting the natural history of Monterey County and people can get to know about the Ohlone, Esselen, Salinan, and other native tribes which had inhabited the Monterey Bay. Some of the permanent exhibits in the museum feature native plants, sea life, animals and geology of the region. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00. Asilomar State Beach A narrow one mile stripped sandy beach having rock caves and has 3/4 mile of the coast for walking which is open for the pedestrians. A nice spot to relax and enjoy the nature’s beauty and cultural history and is a part of Pacific Grove Fish Garden Refuge and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Point Pinos Lighthouse This lighthouse is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the West Coast which was built in 1855 on the northernmost tip of the Peninsula. Every part of the building is original lenses, building and prisms. Open between 13:00 to 16:00 everyday.
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