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The Ocearium, it is 3 oceans to discover: Set off for the tropics, thanks to the exhibition 'The Lagoon' and discover species from the coral reef.Have fun with the penguins...Approach the Turtles of our Nautilus...Walk through the underwater tunnel...more
My mother was not keen on Aquarium but this one has reconciled her with them. It is a really beautiful environment. There is a lot of species, the most impressive ones for us was the pacific turtle, the sharks and the rays. Learn a lot...More
Been to loads of these type of attractions and this is right up at the top for me. The layout is great. The shark tank is huge. And a huge tank has huge fish...and in this case Bruce from Shark Tale lives there. He is...More
Did this on a cloudy day. Very good facilities. The usual tanks to see the fish.
Stand out we’re the penguins. There was also a shark tank and ray tank.
There’s 2 viewing glass dimes but with an optical illusion I’ve never seen in other...More
The breeding tanks with the babies was wonderful and the starfish were amazing. It did lack tropical fish and I suppose we have been spoilt with the aquarium in La Rochelle which was outstanding.
We found it didn't have a lot of tanks..
I was very impressed with this aquarium. It had sea creatures from the local seas as well as Australian and tropical. The large tank with shark and rays was really good, you were able to watch them from above and below. The descriptive pieces were...More
Perfect for a rainy Sunday in October - big enough to be of interest but not too big for the kids (4 and 2 year olds) to get "bored" - the paths between exhibition halls are open so you get a bit wet if it's...More