This museum was a very pleasant surprise, if you want to spend 1 hour of your time here. Recommended
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Small but nice aquarium and nice museum with several other things. The restaurant was a bit expensive and didn´t seemed to have many options
Since the 1980's each year has seen marvellous additions. The histories attached to the exhibits are very informative and the interactive displays are good for young and old alike.
We had lunch in the museum restaurant and then went round the museum and aquarium. The restaurant had lovely views over the harbour and beaches and was excellent value for money - nomincally 17.50 Euros for three courses including water and wine and 10 Euros...More
As mentioned already - feeding time in the aquarium is 12:00 so come just before to see the sharks etc being fed. The exhibits are good albeit with limited English language information, but remember you are in Spain. With a translation app on your phone...More
A local gave us the tip to come here and eat in the restaurant. It turned out to be a great recommendation. The kids thoroughly enjoyed the aquarium and other exhibitions about Cantabria and its nautical past and to round it all off we stopped...More
Well laid out and well thought out. A museum of the history of seafaring Cantabria. Artefacts, models, audio visual dsipalys make this experience a delight. The aquarium is good as well, but the atention to detail makes certain this museseum is head a shoulders above...More
We had a great time at the museum and aquarium. We arrived just before noon when a diver feeds the fish and the sharks in the big tank. Definitely worth it if you can be there at this time. Lots to look at here. Plan...More
The place has a decent aquarium, although not of the caliber of Osaka and Lisbon, two of the world's most extensive. There are also whale and dolphin bones, models of ships, and other artifacts of Spanish maritime life, going back to ancient times. Definitely recommended.