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Silent World Aquarium - CLOSED

Slippery Back | Mayfield Drive, Narberth Road, Tenby SA70 8HR, Wales
+44 1834 844498
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great place for a bit of calm in a stressfull world

Myself and my autistic son visit pembrokeshire every may or june, and our holiday would not be... read more

Reviewed February 23, 2010
GwentSeren
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gwent
Great! A hidden treasure!!

We visited Silent World Aquarium in August 09. There are many varieties of fish, snakes, reptiles... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2009
Raggerty
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Cheshire
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Housed in an old church and graveyard, this aquarium also includes a reptile display.
  • Excellent25%
  • Very good22%
  • Average10%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible33%
May 28, 2014
“Silent World Aquarium, Brilliant (when it was there)”
Mar 11, 2014
“Dont fall for the signposts, doesn't exist anymore!”
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Slippery Back | Mayfield Drive, Narberth Road, Tenby SA70 8HR, Wales
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+44 1834 844498
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Reviewed February 23, 2010

Myself and my autistic son visit pembrokeshire every may or june, and our holiday would not be complete without a visit to silent world. my son loves it especially the fish and sea creatures on display he finds it increadibly calming looking at the different...More

1  Thank GwentSeren
Reviewed September 9, 2009

We visited Silent World Aquarium in August 09. There are many varieties of fish, snakes, reptiles etc. The seahorses in particular, were a delight. The staff were extremely pleasant and very knowledgeable. The animals were well cared for. Although, there is not much room here,...More

1  Thank Raggerty
Reviewed August 13, 2009

Visited on 13.08.09(a sunny day) Long walk to get there. Children aged 5 and 8. It cost £15 for a family ticket we stayed about 30 minutes.Surprised by a number of safety issues in this place. Disabled access is very poor. Lack of toilets. They...More

1  Thank rubyrimmer
Reviewed August 1, 2009

We went on a rainy day as it was rated as a rainy day activity, it is positioned in a old church up a steep slope (not for buggies or people who don’t like walking) the tickets cost £22 for a family 2 adults 2...More

Thank toyzDerby
Reviewed July 21, 2009

Based in an old church, this makes an ideal visit on a wet day. There was a good selection of fish from local waters and loads of baby fish at the time of our visit. The seahorses were very good. It was a shame they...More

Thank gecko77
Reviewed February 26, 2008

I visited Silent World with another family, in total four children and four adults. The children aged between 2 and 6, and despite there being steps to stand on most of the displays were at adult height so that even the 6 year old struggled...More

2  Thank teenybopper
Reviewed December 7, 2006

This tiny converted church houses an astonishing array of fish, amphibians, reptiles and insects. Staff are incrediby enthusiastic and obviously passionate about the collection. The leaf-cutter ant farm, with its see-though tube trailing across the ceiling is amazing to watch. I was also lucky enough...More

4  Thank Violasophie
Reviewed November 14, 2006

NB - all three of my family are fully mobile on two feet. The Tenby Aquarium, aka Silent World, was one of the highlights of our trip to West Wales this year and the year before. The aquarium is in a small converted church, and...More

2  Thank DancingBoots
Reviewed August 10, 2006

We went to visit today 11th August 2006 and were utterly disappointed with our experience. We travelled from Llanelli taking little over an hour to get there, but were very dissapoined with what greeted us. (I should point out that we weren't expecting a "Sea-Life...More

5  Thank Taffoire
Reviewed August 14, 2005

The aquarium is set inside a redundant Victorian church, adjacent to the town cemetery and with its own fascinating burial ground - which is covered in the white flowers of wild garlic in the spring. Look for the grave of the founder of the British...More

18  Thank GreenPetticoat
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