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It's pretty cheap and could be nice for kids, but it's really small. Some of the signs are wrong (unless the salamander looks like a turtle), and the tanks are about a meter above the ground. There's also a display of dead /preserved fish and...More
We enjoyed the visit, albeit short. Displays are in English and Bulgarian. Some interesting live fish and a lot of old fashioned preserved fish. We paid 18 BGN for five of us and hat was about what it was worth. (9 euro).
My boy is 5 and passionate about sea animals. He liked to sed some fish there but even him (easily to be enthusiastic) was surprised “this is all?”. Small, precarius, poor experience. Enjoy the park and the sea instead.
Unfortunately I think calling this an aquarium is something of an overstatement
It's probably got about as many fish as a local pet store
The whole building is pretty run down needs a good revamp
Not really worth visiting unless you have half an hour...More
Seriously the fish should be rehomed before the place falls to pieces. Glad we found other things to do after this visit or the day would have been a washout. The most drab colourless conditions and it took 20 minutes at the most.
Not sure this place worth the money. Maybe the fossil exibition, for the ones who are interested in such. There are many many fossils , some of them in professional cathegory as far as i can see.
The live stock is poor. Some aquarium fish,...More
Walking around the Sea Garden and Varna in general, we stopped by the Aquarium for a coffee and to view the attractions. The dolphins seemed to be well cared for and the attractions were clean and accessible. It was a surprise to find this place,...More
It's not the best or the newest aquarium in the world but is an interesting attraction in the city of Varna. No more than 150 species of fish and marine life form, but is kids friendly and it's a way to spend the afternoon. If...More
The price I can't remember, but it was cheap, around 5 leva BGN for adults. for the live dolphins you have to go to the Dolphinarium, down the road, but when I was there(during Eater) it was close due to the national... More
The price I can't remember, but it was cheap, around 5 leva BGN for adults. for the live dolphins you have to go to the Dolphinarium, down the road, but when I was there(during Eater) it was close due to the national holiday. This is only a museum, with some water tanks with fish.