The high price of admission is understandable, considering the cost of maintaining such a beautiful acquarium. There were lots of knowledgable volunteers, young and old, to explain the exhibits, and my only criticisms were that there did not appear to be an overall theme, many "sub-themes", and that we saw people trying to sneak into the facility through an unlocked outside door. Fortunately a young female worker (volunteer?) turned them away, but the large group could have turned ugly. Why is this door unlocked? These people seemed to know exactly what they were doing, as if they knew in advance about the unlocked door.
The acquarium was very crowded with young and old.
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