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We visit and it was just great ! An public aquarium with variety of species of sea word and desert . 11 floors to explore ! Its place that has an educational concept where you can enjoy and get some knowledge. Recommend for families with...More
My trip to this aquarium started pretty badly. The whole area around the building was drab and desolate. It was raining and so the ground was very muddy. The building looked like it was in renovation and for a while we couldn't even find the...More
Loved it, its narrow but packed - a lot of floors and so much to see (not just fish)
You can be kissed by Koi - stared down by a Hammerhead and watch Toads feed
Its fun for all ages and the top deck provides...More
A great aqua park for kids, inside a 10 floor building that use to be a tower built by the germans in the second world war. It also has a tropical area with birds, monkeys and bats flying around you. Very nice for kids!
For many years I actually resisted from visiting this aquarium thinking that it wouldn't be worth my while. Having visited various aquariums (eg. Vienna Zoo, Madrid Faunia, Madrid Zoo, Wuppertal Zoo, Düsseldorf Aquarium, Oceanográfic Valencia, Chicago Aquarium) I thought that it would probably not be...More
Here is 11 floors packed with really big mix of animals, both sea and land. For me personally the sharks and big snakes were most exciting to see.
On the rooftop there is a coffee place with a large terreace that gives you just incredible...More
When we first read about Haus des meeres we were a bit skeptical. But, as it turns out, the experience was mindblowind. How were they even capable of creating so many ecosystems in a tower from WW II is beyond me.
You have 9 floors...More
The zoo is a beautiful example of repurposing a frightening monument of history, and turning it into a great addition to the landscape and urban space. The duration of the visit is around 3-5 hours. The variety of animal and plant life is stunning, as...More
Tripadvisor is not meant to accurately keep track of commercial attraction pricings - its a review/advisory site and not affiliated with the attractions. Hotels tend to affil with TA due to extensive exposure, i wouldnt look... More
Tripadvisor is not meant to accurately keep track of commercial attraction pricings - its a review/advisory site and not affiliated with the attractions. Hotels tend to affil with TA due to extensive exposure, i wouldnt look for individual attractions though.
Look on the attraction's website for these details as they're generally kept up to date and some occasionally offer discounts.