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    Great experience, much better than that pier aquarium in San Francisco. Sea otters were amazing, feedings were a must, open sea is great. Recommend seeing sea otter feeding or kelp harvest first then seeing open sea. Each location will be a unique viewing experience. And a great restaurant near by is seamarket or seaharvest. leave for lunch and come back for the rest of the day.

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    The Aquarium has so many fun things to do. They have a great section for children to learn and play. There is a really cool observation area outside too (we even saw a whale!). It seems a little expensive but they use the admission funds to actually help the areas wildlife. Overall it was a really fun experience.

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    What a great place! Our friends gave us their guest passes to go see this place and we had a great time. We spent about 4 hours there and managed to see all the animals and a couple of feedings, although the “Open Sea” feeding is supposed to be quite interesting and we got there too late to see it. The exhibits are very informative and there are many interactive exhibits for kids and adults alike. Great way to spend a day.

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    This is a VERY well run aquarium. It is a great place for kids of all ages. The tanks appear to be clean and well maintained. The staff and volunteers are very friendly and will take the time to answer questions. There are a lot of shows for the kids and adults. The aquarium can get crowded on the weekends. The food court is a bit expensive, and the quality isn’t great. I would suggest eating at the many restaurants within walking distance.

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    Amazing aquarium with a large focus on teaching sustainabiltiy and conservation, Has one of the biggest open water tanks in the world as well as interesting rotating exhibits. Extremely clean and totally family friendly (though you don’t need kids to go there). Lots of area hotels also offer discount tickets to the aquarium, and if you go a lot a membership gets you annual access. If you’re hoping to see a particular creature, call in first, they’ll be able to tell you if they have one in residence (for awhile last year the mola was MIA). Another great thing, all the employees really know their marine biology and can answer questions.