I like aquariums, so decided to visit the aquarium in Bermuda. I didn't expect much, since I hadn't heard of it and the front building looked small. What a wonderful surprise. They have a nice collection of local fishes but also have a small zoo with local animals such as flamingos, spoonbills, etc. They also have a new Madagascar exhibit, which is well done. It is right on the sound and the views are beautiful. It is the only place in the world I have seen life (not plastic) sargassum in tanks (since it is surrounded by the sargassa sea). The real surprise was the museum of natural history (part of this complex), which is so well appointed and contains specimens that are still here and were hear as well as videos and interactive exhibits that teach the history of the islands and help the visitor understand this fragile ecology. Wonderful! It is easy to get to with free parking and a bus stop right out the front door. There are nearby restaurants for a delicious lunch, too. The complex just finished a new restaurant with beautiful view. It should be open in spring 2013.
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