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All reviewssea lifefishclamsnice aquariumdiver feedingactivity roomoutside areafun to watchlarge tanksmain tankcrustaceansfeeding timesfeeding showskids and adultsan aquariumwhole familyotters and seals
The title says it all because it is. Hiked here from Sukkertoppen just in time to arrive for the afternoon feedings in July. What an absolute treat. It's a small aquarium but like everything else in Norway, impeccably done and well thought out. Enclosures are...More
Date of Visit: Thursday, Aug 30th, 2018
The Norwegian Aquarium is one of the many stops on the "City Sightseeing Worldwide" bus ride. The guides at the hop on hop off bus company - recommended we avoid it if we were short on time. We...More
I have been to many aquariums and this is one of my favorites. If you can visit when the crowds are low, you will be in for a treat. It has been built to allow photographers the perfect opportunity to capture underwater creatures and fish...More
Since we last visited, the Atlantic sea Park, rightly, has applied for National Attraction Status: National Aquarium in Norway. We can't see who ever else would qualify better. Good luck; you are doing a splendid job!
Not sure if I have anything good to say about this. We walked round in less than hour , hardly any people walking around. Looking at the iternary to see different feeding of the animals you would have to be there most of the day...More
I visited the Atlantic Sea Park from a cruise ship. It is a very nice accessible aquarium - but not extraordinary in any way that would make me tell you to go out of your way to see it. I think there would be other...More
Sorry for the pun. We've visited several times over the last 10 years visiting Ålesund and there is always something new to see. This time we had great demonstration of the otters at feeding time. The penguins were next but as we'd met them already...More
This is a fairly small aquarium on the route of the hop on hop off bus of Alesund. There's a cafe, souvenir shop and indoor and outdoor areas to explore. On the day we visited the feeding times outside (otters, seals and penguins) were in...More
Coming from the northeast were we have at least three very good aquariums, this one doesn’t compare to those. That said it not a bad aquarium. They have a few interesting exhibits such as the penguins, seals, and scuba diver feeding of large fish.
Response from Atlanterhavsparken | Property representative |
Yes, the bus leave from the citycentre every hour from 10.30. The price one way is 41 for adult and 21 for children. IT has to stay 634 on the bus and easiest is from across the street from the Jugendstil center. The last... More
Yes, the bus leave from the citycentre every hour from 10.30. The price one way is 41 for adult and 21 for children. IT has to stay 634 on the bus and easiest is from across the street from the Jugendstil center. The last bus back is at 15.50.