Moddy Gardens provided some great instruction for the children on nature and fish. However, the greatest attraction for my twin 3-year-old grandsons was watching the fish. Moody Gardens has a glass wall under the water where guests can view fish. One of the attendants was feeding the fish and my Grandsons were thrilled to see fish up so close in their natural habitat. They watched the fish for over and hour. As the attendant fed the fish, they ca,e right up to the glass wall and the boys would giggle and talk. It was so fun. We also viewed a movie about the South Pacific that was great for the older children. I like it too. The prices are a little high, so plan on taking money if you want to see the movie or eat. There is a charge to get into the Gardens which is high for children because the little ones were a little bored with the zoo-like birds and butterflies. But the price was worth it to watch the fish. If you have never been to Galveston, be sure to go Moody Gardens. For adults it is interesting and educational. It is also great for teen-agers. The tiny children may be a little bored, except for the fish.
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