I enjoyed my experience. I do think it is a bit overpriced. This would definitely be an appropriate place to take the children.
My 9 year old son & I visited the Shark Reef exhibit in Las Vegas. I knew this aquarium was located inside Mandalay Bay, but sheesh, it felt as if we were never going to reach it as we wound our way past endless slot machines and such! I guess they had to stick it somewhere on the premises, but... More
Traveling with 3 kids (18, 10, and 6) - We have visited many aquariums. This one was fairly small in comparison but did have some nice exhibits. My younger kids enjoyed touching the rays and we all enjoyed the various tanks. The price was $18 for adults, $12 for children. They did run package deals, which when I did the... More
let me first say we earned free tickets on facebook playing Myvegas. Considering it was free for us to attend and that it was our 4th visit to Vegas. on past visits I was reluctant to spend the money on a fish tank attraction rather than to see a show. I am glad I had free tickets I would have... More
I must start off with the fact that we go diving here and there, and have enjoyed the Stingray city in the Cayman Islands. That said, the experience you have in the Caymans will always outshine any other experience with sharks and stingrays. This little aquarium has many sharks, and is touted to be one of the few in the... More
Shark Reef is in the back of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. There are different types of tickets and we paid $57 for 3 attractions - this, Titanic at Luxor and Secret Garden/Dolphins at the Mirage. (beware if you are visiting from UK and paying on a credit card as they will put it through as 3 separate transactions and you... More
The kids enjoyed it. However it was WAY overpriced for what we got but such is Vegas. What do you expect. There were a lot of cool sharks and surprise you finish in the gift shop to encourage buying overpriced souvenirs. If I didn't have to walk a mile through the smokey casino to get there I might have given... More
The shark reef at Mandalay Bay is a small aquarium which is lovely inside. The aquarium is quite small and you can get round it in around 1 hour. We managed to get two free tickets through myvegas which was an added bonus however we probably wouldn't have paid $18 each to visit the aquarium. The sting ray pool was... More
This isn't quite as a big as other aquariums, but the price ($18) is less and they have a very decent collection. Located at the Mandalay Bay on the southern most end of the Strip. Kids will enjoy it, but the grown ups will too. Plan to spend an hour.
It doesn't take long depending on your level of interest, but its a good experience none the less. They have many saltwater predators like sharks, skates and rays, and some fresh water monster that have been topics on Jeremy Wade's River Monsters (Aripima and Pacu). Good for photo ops and a little side trekking, but don't plan on making a... More
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