A true gem of the oceans and its tanks are incredible. The whole ecology teaching and lessons are worth it. Also great place to hide in July heat!
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About New England Aquarium
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I visited the New England Aquarium today for the first time since my own childhood and it didn't disappoint! I went with my three kids (5, 8, 10) and my niece & nephew (4 & 7) and they all loved it. Highlights were the stingray...More
A 80 year old turtle, a shy octopus and territorial penguins are probably the main highlights. Workers are constantly scrubbing clean the indoor penguin exhibit and are happy to answer questions about the penguins. The large turtle is sometimes swimming around, but can blend in...More
We booked this place online, and had the first thing on our list on our second day in Boston. The way they have planned the aquarium it is amazing, the kids the adults, everyone would love this place. What collection, particularly the shows they arranged...More
we really enjoyed our visit to the aquarium. there are several types of fish, mammals, etc. to see. the only "negative" (if you want to call it that) is the shark exhibit. i do realize that they can't have huge sharks swimming around. however, all...More
Well thought out route to see all the spectacular displays and central tank - that's the good part. It would have been a much more pleasant experience with fewer screaming kids and fewer baby carriages. It's expensive especially for a family with several children.
We had a group of 9: 2 seniors, 4 adults, 2 teenagers, and one little kid, and everyone had a great time! The aquarium is well designed, clean, informative, and interesting. There's a touch tank with horseshoe crabs and anemones, and another with rays and...More
We left after only 1hr here. There isn't enough ventilation or AC on for the heat, capacity, etc... Keep in mind the heat outside was around 90' degrees today and to come here with little AC on it smelled like a seafood market and a...More