While at first we were surprised that there wasn't a lot to look at and there were lots of odd things like remote control cars, we realized it all is in the shows and that the shows are amazing. While one worries about the animals who are performing, it is also good to see things like a paralyzed manatee that is being kept there after being hit by a boat. This was very educational for all of my children - 5, 12 and 14 and they loved it and learned a lot - great way to teach them about the need to love and respect animals. Drinks are pricey on site so be forewarned if its a hot day. Also bathrooms are few and far between! And go to the Top Dolphin Show early - standing room only at that one, though others have seats.
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