ZooQuarium, West Yarmouth

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Zoo · Hidden Gem · Educational Site
The ZooQuarium was a small 7-acre (2.8 ha) zoo and aquarium that opened in 1969 on Cape Cod in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, United States. During its operation, it hosted sea lions, seals and other forms of aquatic and land animals. The ZooQuarium formally closed its doors in December 2013
The property was purchased in 2016 by underwater explorer Barry Clifford for the new Whydah Pirate Museum II which now houses the exhibit previously presented in National Geographic's REAL PIRATES traveling exhibition featuring artifacts and treasures of the Whydah Gally, the only fully authenticated Golden Age pirate ship wreck on earth. It is the sister museum to Clifford's Whydah Pirate Museum already established 40 miles (64 km) north, in Provincetown.
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  • I loved this place when it was still open I really miss it seeing all the animals were cool the Animal shows were the best to see.  more »
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  • The best little zoo in Massachusetts. My daughter Katrina works there and teaches the children all about all the animals. she would go out of her way the help you through the zoo. It is very clean and it shows all the hard work that they do.
  • It's closed just for your information. Nice place while it was there. Currently a pirate history museum.

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