We're from Indiana so ocean life is super cool to us since we're never around it. We watched the trainers feed the sharks, which was a neat experience. I don't remember our guides name, but he knew his stuff! We stopped into the aquarium to...More
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About Key West Aquarium
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One of the many "Historic Tours" destinations. This is a well kept aquarium with a HUGE wild Goliath grouper that comes around for feeding time.
I'm a biology geek, so any aquarium is my cup of tea. This isn't comparable to Atlanta's or Baltimore but either is the cost.
Been to Key West many times and this was the first time touring the aquarium. It's small, but has a lot of really neat things going on and there is almost a continuous talk going on about something, with each talk lasting about 20 minutes....More
Not sure if it was how much our tour guide cared about the marine life or just the focus on caring for the animals but I loved this little aquarium. The pass is good for two days and I'd recommend visiting for a couple of...More
We were here with our 9 yr old grandson. Well worth the cost for both adults and children. They have a 320 lb turtle called Hunter that my grandson loved. We were able to see the sharks being fed.
Quaint aquarium, lots to see. The tour guides were great, and had plenty of information on the animals in there. The turtles were very neat, but each come with their own sad story... The aquarium has some interactive elements, as well. I was able to...More
This was fun place to spend a couple of hours! They have several demonstrations during the day and some hands-on activities like the touch pool, a chance to feed the rays, and food you can feed to the fish in the large outdoor tank. They...More
Great little aquarium. Very friendly tour guides and very informative. Loved the turtles and the stories of how they were rescued, and the on-going project of designing a new flipper for one of them. Worth visiting!