1. Maria Rogers

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    It was actually really cool. The presentation they did was awesome with the nurse sharks and their bite. When they explained the turtle weight shells it was informative and the aquarium has more aquatic life then you might think for being small.

  2. Grace Terzian

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    This is a wonderful aquarium that will take you back in time to the 1930s — built with government funds during the Depression to help the economy (sound familiar?) and it even has 1930s murals. Don’t go here looking for a big, glitzy modern aquarium. This is small scale, but very educational, and kids will love learning about life in the sea. The staff is very knowledgeable and clearly care about the animals. You can ask questions and learn things great and small, such as which turtle recently nipped which other turtle (all is forgiven now). Go but pretend this is 1935 and an amazing aquarium has just opened!

  3. Scott Chubb

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    When our boat ride was cancelled, my 8 year old son and I decided to go to the aquarium. It was well worth it! While it is on the small side, your tickets are good all day. We stop in and went through by ourselves, then came back for the guided tour later. The guided tour was great. My son got to feed the nurse sharks, learned about the Goliath Grouper, that horseshoe crabs have three sets of eyes, that the aquarium rescues sea turtles, and more. We also got bought the discounted tickets to the shipwreck museum, which I recommend you do if you want educational and entertaining things to do!

  4. Theresa Samuel-White

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    I like that we used our tickets for two day so that worked out great. The place is small and dingy, but it was one of the fun things for my six year old on his birthday. l did not like the trees right up in my face on the outside.

  5. John Linsenbigler

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    Cool but small, not worth $30, but its for the animals… definitely bundle some other package