1. Vadim Shun

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    Pleasant small aquarium, worth a visit if you are in the area and have time. Plus here is that most animals are rescued and your money goes to support them and conservation, as it is research lab and a non-profit. There is one dolphin which is of a rare type, a couple of manatees, and a few other marine critters such as large sea turtles. They let you touch stingrays, sea cucumbers, starfish and a few animals of that kind.

  2. Stephen Koplin

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    This is a great Aquarium! It might be a little smaller than other major metropolitan quarians, but the exhibits were all top quality and informative. They focus on local species, but include plenty of variety. The turtle and dolphin exhibits were great, too.

  3. Chris Pasquariello

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    Volunteers here are friendly and abundant. Aquarium is in very nice area of Sarasota. Facilities are well kept, albeit there’s a very limited amount of exhibits.But… it’s priced way too much for the tiny size of this place; it’s a 20 minute experience. Left feeling gypped because of the cost.

  4. Chelsea Ray

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    We went on shark feeding day (Wednesdays at 11) and loved it. The jellyfish, manatee, and sea horse displays were beautiful, and all the staff were polite and very informative. So worth the $20!

  5. Fabian Kienzle

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    Poor animals. The basins do not match with the natural environment of those creatures. Especially the turtles, the manatees and the lonely dolphin seems to be disturbed… I feel sorry