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Austin Aquarium

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13530 N Highway 183 Suite #101, Austin, TX 78750-2208
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Furqan T wrote a review Dec 2020
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Great time with great people. The staff gave each exhibit life! One of the best Aquarium I have visited, Bird, sharks, ring tailed lemurs, pythons, and more. Animal interactions were very fun and you can tell how well they were trained. Staff showed knowledge and love for their job. Will be visiting.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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stephniec wrote a review Nov 2020
New Haven, Illinois11 contributions1 helpful vote
We loved this aquarium, there is so much to do. You need at least half a day. We paid for more tokens after we got there so we could touch lemurs and sloth. The workers were so nice, I think they need a few more working there because we would have to wait to get in to see some animals. I bought to many tokens and they let me spend them in gift shop! Would totally recommend, the kids loved it and so did we.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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eliasbenitez wrote a review Sep 2020
Austin, Texas3 contributions
Ok first off yes there was a distancing issue, they have to limit the number of people allowed in to control that part. Yes it was a nice day and everybody wanted to go, but maybe do it by reservations or once somecomes out then you can let someone else in at the door. All the animals were great to look at to take your mind off of everyday life. I feed an alligator. Not by hand!! By fishing pole. It was awesome and me and my daughter got to go in the bird and bunny cage for free. Dang those bunnys must be fed VERY well!! They were HUGE!! it was nice to getaway.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Leah wrote a review Aug 2020
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In the time of covid, this place was overcrowded. There were even children without shoes on running around. There was a lack of workers supervising the many hands on displays. And who knows what you were looking at because there was no signage. It was expensive to enter and then you had to pay extra for every little thing. And I’m pretty sure there were more animals than sea life at this aquarium. I won’t be back and I won’t recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Susanna T wrote a review Aug 2020
San Antonio, Texas4 contributions
Bought tickets on Groupon for four at 41.93 then bought 25 tokens for 63.00 kind of expensive for what you get my kids did the kikajou encounter and got to feed them for 8 tokens each then the three of us did the red lemurs for 4 tokens each both 5 minute encounters they do not let you stay in there more than that still a once in a lifetime experience so thank you guys for that we did get free food for the stingrays and were able to feed the tucans for free as well the only thing I did not like was during covid there was absolutely no social distancing only saw one adult with no mask the employees had on flimsy masks or not wearing them correctly
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Date of experience: August 2020
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