I've been a couple times and I always feel like It is hella pricy for what it is but the kids love it and the park at the back ( open to public , has pretty cool boat to play on). The penguins are cute,...More
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You will see sharks, turtles, penguins, streaks and other seafood stuff in small aquariums. And a lot of garbage they found in the big blue. Good place for children.
Good variety of sealife and a hands on pool. One of the better aquariums we visited in south America and close to Tamar turtle project so can see both in a day
I have been there with my 2 kids. At the end of the tour, they asked why we have been there also :)) nothing, nothing, nothing...do not spend your money..family package is 75 BRL and nothing special at the end! Just some fishes, and 1...More
Great place to visit in a cloudy/rainy day. Many species of fish and other sea creatures. The aquarium is very clean and at the end you can touch some of the species in a tank.
We ended up going to the aquarium because of rain. This is a very small aquarium. My feeling is that the tanks are too small for the animals and are overcrowded. With the emphasis given to being environmentally responsible, it is my opinion that they...More