I have been to GulfQuest two times — once for a banquet and quick view of the museum, the second for a group tour. Love it, but here are some problems — first time parking was free. Next time it wasn’t and no one had warned our group that not only did we have to pay for parking but we also had to have the exact amount.
For some of our elderly ladies who had budgeted for entry and lunch, adding parking was out of the question. My husband has a convention coming up and GulfQuest is not being marketed to the attendees. I have brought this up to the organizers and they said they “don’t think it would be of interest.” These problems need to be addressed.
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