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I was there first time 12 years ago,and I liked, how close to the animals you can come.This time I came with my kids 7,11,11- and it was big mistake for 258$ + almost30$ for being close to beluga+giving it two fishes)you can have much...More
Have you ever been up close and personal to whales? Here’s your opportunity! You get to pay extra (about $10 pp) to feed and touch beluga whales with a trainer. What fun! My husband and daughter really enjoyed not only seeing black bears up close,...More
A friend and I had won tickets to visit Marineland, so we made it part of our vacation. One thing about this park is that it is LARGE! Many of the attractions are far away from each other. I suggest bringing a good pair of...More
Come on Canada and Niagara falls, you are much better than this. This place seriously needs to be shut down. I can't believe the conditions or the absolute waste of time and money for my family. Awful and embarrassing for the people who have to...More
This is a terrible place! Animals are NOT cared for but are simply used & abused for human entertainment. There is a single walrus left & this highly social animal is kept in a concrete cage except when forced to perform. She is a shadow...More
We used our airmiles to get passes to Marineland for the family. The first stop was the show with fun trainers, beautiful beluga whales, seals and dolphins. The show was based on education and the animals trained by doing on a hand command something they...More
I’ve lived in Niagara Falls my entire life and visited Marineland when I was a small child and knew back then that something wasn’t right with the way their animals were treated.
Acquiring a lifetime ban as a teenager for trying to feed, free the...More
The enclosures at MarineLand and the conditions the animals are kept in are inadequate for such large-brained and complex animals. Captivity for these mammals leads to social stress, confinement, sensory disturbance, boredom, disorders, disease, and death. 4 walruses have died in the past few months....More
This place has gone down hill over the years. The smell of chemicals as you walk by where the poor whales swim circles endlessly. Zero landscaping, weeds everywhere. Every visit there has been at least 3 or more “broken” rides not working.
Save your money...More
Bill F, are you delusional? There is no "rescuing" of any kind at this for profit animal prison. They are wild captured from their home and thrown in tiny highly chlorinated swimming pools and fed dead fish. Do some research.
Passports for everyone. I would not waste THe 200 dollars Canadian for 2 adults and 2 kids for Marineland. Lots of walking, not a lot to see or do. Even our granddaughters (6 and 9) were very disappointed.