National Oceanographic Museum
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National Oceanographic Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a grand French-colonial building in the port district of Cau Da at the far south end of Nha Trang, this poorly maintained museum has 60,000 or so jars of pickled marine specimens, stuffed birds and sea mammals, and displays of local boats and fishing artefacts. Unfortunately there are also live seals kept here in small, dirty tanks.