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    I used to go here back in the mid 90’s whenever I visited Tarpon Springs… and it was a fun place to go. I went recently and was disappointed. They now have a large number of large snakes (boas, pythons, etc) which is fine… but they now seem to emphasize the reptiles more than the aquarium. It also appears that the aquarium in no longer maintained and stocked as well as it once was. The touch tank was horrible, many of the rays appeared to be sick, and several were injured… I would not recommend touching them (or wash your hand very well afterwards if you do). I won’t go again…

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    Great little community aquarium. Very small but lots of interactive presentations. We could have been in and out in 10 min but ended up staying over an hour after a turtle and hermit crab touch tank, sting ray touch tank and feeding, shark feeding tank, snake presentation (me no touchy), alligator feeding and, of course, touching and fish/shark feeding in the big tank. Very pleasantly surprised.

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    It’s small but has LOTS to see. It’s also not very crowded. Very nice experience. We also went to the Clearwater Aquarium (to see Winter the dolphin) and it was a completely different experience. I actually preferred the smaller one. It also has a small play area next door for kids. Great experience.

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    This may be a small aquarium but it is not over priced and there is a lot to look at and do. Some places this size charge way more than they should but here they don’t. We love going here.

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    I expected this place to be small, but it was about half the size I thought it would be. This place is *not* handicap-accessible in the least. Not even remotely. I don’t think anyone with a walker or baby stroller would be able to get through – let alone a wheelchair. The ladies’ room is ridiculously tiny. The thing that got my attention on the website was the daily “alligator feeding shows.” I saw an alligator show, which happened at the same time as the listed “alligator feeding show” but there was no feeding involved whatsoever. There was also no explanation of why the alligator feeding show wasn’t happening as advertised.The dive show/shark feeding show was really pretty darned cool, though.