We went on May 27th Memorial Weekend. We went expecting quite a crowd, which wasn’t a major deal. However, a downside to this is you can not purchase tickets in advance, meaning depending on how busy they are you may be waiting 45 minutes-1hr in line just waiting to get admission tickets. For two adults, it was $44.00. While this isn’t the worst price in the world, I did not feel that the aquarium was worth that much money and that we would’ve enjoyed the zoo better. I enjoyed the aquarium, but it was very crowded and you do not have very much room to walk around and get a good view like you would at the zoo where it is more open. The layout was also confusing and seems a bit like a maze. I would’ve liked this much more if it wouldn’t have been so crowded, otherwise I would say it is a good experience to go to at least once. My favorite part of the aquarium was the portion where you can get up close to look at the sharks. It has a place where you can sit and watch them swim by you as if you’re in the aquarium with them. That part alone was almost worth the price.
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