we went there with two families on a rainy day. Overall a good choice to spend 1.5 hours. Howevee I was missing a tunnel or something more spectecular. Just saw various aquariums.
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Took my twin 5 year grand daughters here last month, our 2nd visit they love it racing from tank to tank trying to spot the fish especially the zebra fish Nemo and now of course Dory. Reasonable snack bar food a bit basic.
Nice aquarium, not that big, quite pricey considering that. Worth a visit though and especially fun for children. Friendly staff. There is a café but it has very limited opening hours and not much choice so wouldn't recommend eating there.
I would suggest to buy tickets on line since they are less expensive. It will be enough to show them on the phone without printing. As for the quality of the place it is nice but not as much as I supposed. Children happy but...More
Took my youngest there and it was just at the limit to be interesting enough for 8 years old. It is small compare to other aquariums that we have been to and the ticket was a bit expensive.
Brochure makes it look bigger than it really is. They have a good variety of species from around the world and the aquarium is divided into regions. There was a little cafe inside along with a touch pond and souvenir shop when you exited.
Our children (11, 8) both enjoyed the aquarium and the diverse exhibits. It's a small aquarium (in comparison to others we've been to in New Orleans, Hull, London) and cost €52 for the four of us. I think for the size and quality the price...More
With the rain pouring down we decided this would be a nice option. The displays were well marked with some English. Lots of children. Healthy looking tanks, I have visited a lot of aquariums and this one was nice.