Great place for family, visitors, or just to browse on your own. Always updating exhibits. A great place to learn about the Gilf if Mexic from dedicated docents.
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About Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium
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Beautiful aquarium. We visited with our teenage grandson. Especially fun to watch the feeding of the seals. Grandma, grandpa and grandson all enjoyed our visit.
An excellent marine life and aviary site, comprised of 3 parts. The comprehensive Aquaria are housed within several buildings at 2 separate locations. Don't miss the expansive aviary, located between the 2 marine locations.
Beautiful place to visit, the aquarium is spread out over several acres and very nice. The manatees are well worth visiting though a part of me felt very sorry for the confined space they live in. Hopefully over time their home can be expanded and...More
Great place for kids to walk around and see and touch different sea life. Also took the boat tour which was so much fun! It was a little under 2 hour boat ride, but we saw a ton of dolphins birds and even a manatee....More
One of the best attractions in Florida! We loved the educational exhibits and observation areas. The laboratory is laid out really well and not crowded. The animals have great enclosures and tanks. Plan to spend 2-3 hours to see the main building and wander over...More
This was our first time here. It was a nice aquarium overall. A little smaller than we anticipated. It is not fancy like Shed or Ripleys which I found refreshing as you can tell they are there to rescue those who can’t be placed back...More
We really enjoy our visit it was wonderful to see the sea turtles swimming in a tank. The mote offers a lot of information regarding how their staff aids in the preservation of the sea turtles
We spent hours here on a rainy day while on vacation. It is incredible. The exhibits are educational and interesting. They have a wide array of sea creatures! We loved every minute of it. You’ll see sharks, otters, clown fish, manatees, sea turtles...the list goes...More