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From the local Cornish coast to the dazzling beauty of the Tropical Reef, Newquay Blue Reef aquarium has an exciting world of underwater adventure waiting to be discovered. More than 40 innovative displays vividly bring to life the sights, sounds...more
All reviews octopus sea life small aquarium underwater tunnel lovely aquarium main tank blind turtle big tank worth a visit take your time feeding times couple of hours my partner sharks loggerhead creatures talks
Situated near the beach, this small aquarium is a little gem...
.. Doesn't take long to walk round, price is reasonable.
I was happy and memorized by their happy turtle doing laps of the tank...
.. you can not only walk under the tank, you...More
This is a really nice aquarium and has some really lovely tanks with interesting creatures. It does offer talks at set times throughout the day however we did not attend one of these. The staff are polite but were a little mute and only spoke...More
Fabulous range or well displayed exhibits. Clear information on the residents and their environment. Very accessible, helpful well informed staff , clear and amusing talks. Perfect place for a rainy day visit but get there early.
We have been to the blue reef quite a few times over the years.
This visit was the first time we had been without the kids and we were able to really take our time and look around.
A big hit with us were the...More
£11.20 to walk around in literally less than 10 minutes, not good for younger children, tanks are so dirty you can barely see anything (in the ones that actually have fish).. the tunnel is grey and miserable, nothing like the pictures!. Without exaggeration it took...More
We all know it would be lovely to read every bit of information and investigate each tank, but with kids under 10 they just want to zoom through and look at the tunnel.
if you let them have their way, you can be out in...More
It's seems there are a number of reviews on here about it being crowded and not being able to see the exhibts ... go in January, no queues, no people. We got to walk around and enjoy all the fish and get lots of pictures....More
The aquarium is small, entry is expensive and although they say it’s a day pass so you can go back and spend as long as you like there, it’s so small you’ve seen it all in 30-40 minutes. It would be better if they made...More