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Florida Aquarium

Florida Aquarium

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The Florida Aquarium is a 501c non-profit organization, publicly operated institution located in downtown Tampa, Florida, United States. It is a large scale, … See more

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Jan 15, 2023
Very very poor aquarium. Unless you have never been to a real aquarium, then this may be acceptable. $120 for 3 adults, our child under 2 years old was free. Kept looking at the map thinking w… Full review by Michele C
Jan 6, 2023
This was one of the best aquariums we’ve been to. So much marine life to see. We bought City Passes and I’m so glad the aquarium was included. Totally worth it! The employees were friendly. Full review by CaribbeanS_12
Jan 2, 2023
So mind you we are from Florida and have Sea World (among many other sea conservation locations) to compare the Aquarium to. It was definitely worth the visit!! There are lots of educational experi… Full review by LoveUFLoveFLA

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Massive Collection of Marine Life
Located on the southeastern edge of downtown Tampa, the Florida Aquarium houses a massive collection of marine life — 20,000 animal and plant life, by the last count. Past visitors said it'll take you at least three hours to make your way through the maze of stingrays, moray eels and sea turtles that live here, but there's a good chance your children will tire of the outing before then. Our shortcut advice involves a swing by the shark tanks, the African penguins and the polar bears especially. Travelers also recommend a stop by the Wetlands Trail exhibit, which includes alligators, otters and Burmese Pythons. Young kids are sure to enjoy the "Explore A Shore" exhibit, a 2-acre outdoor zone that includes a waterslide and geysers for youngsters to play in. Tampa's aquarium is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you buy your tickets online, adult admission costs $21.95; tickets for seniors cost $19.95; kids ages 3 to 11 get in for $17.95; admission for children younger than 2 is waived. If you plan on buying your tickets at the door, expect to tack on an extra dollar for senior and children admission and $2 per adult ticket. Planning to visit more than one of Tampa's top attractions? Consider investing in a CityPASS. For $99, you'll have access to the aquarium, Busch Gardens and the Lowry Park Zoo, among other attractions. Parking costs $6 per day. For more information on exhibits, events, camps and more, visit the Florida Aquarium's website.
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