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Get smitten by the sea at the Kattegatcenter! Feel the fear when sharks surround you, paddle a kayak on an icy ocean and fall in love with our clever seals, while they gobble herring and learn the alphabet! Whether you prefer to stay on dry land or...more
Our visit to this place was a part of our one day trip from Billund (inevitable Legoland :) ) to change a pace of our third visit to the Denmark. Initially we planned go to the North Sea Oceanarium, but than decided that distance of...More
We visited the center with our two children and grandparents, the price was insane compared to what you get. First of all the animals live in extreme small places, 4 seals in a tiny tiny puddle. I mean, seriously. We looked at the crabs who...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Grete F, PR-chef at Kattegatcentret - Denmark's Shark Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 23 August 2018
Thank you for review. Your review contains some misconceptions regarding the needs and welfare of some of our marine species, and I will do my best to clarify.
Kattegatcentret is a member of Danish Association of ZOO’s and Aquaria (DAZA) and European Association of ZOO’s...More
A great location to experience fish and sealife. I wouldn't call it a shark centric, more fish centric. The amount of sharks aren't that impressive, but it's okay.
The surroundings is really great, and the outside playground is also very good.
We visited the Kattegatcenter during easter, which had a great impact on the experience. They had placed easter eggs in the different aquariums which made it fun to run around and search for eggs.
And the place is definitely aiming at families with children, there...More
Sharks were a highlight, but the feeding was a bit disappointing. The explanation dragged out, they asked you where are you from at the entrance. but instead of English explanation during feeding the sharks and seals, were made in German and Danish language(this were not...More
Visited the site over Easter. Living in CPH we have been in the Blue Planet quite often and expected something less. We were positively surprise - this site is just amazing. There are many interesting fish and a good playground for kids. We visited a...More
Date of experience: April 2017
1 Thank martinbakkebop
Kattegatcentret, PR-chef at Kattegatcentret - Denmark's Shark Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 28 April 2017
Thank you so much for the kind words Martin :)
We're happy to hear that you and your loved ones had a wondefull time.