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It is small and there is not so much you can see. All your visit can last 30 minutes, but the good think is that it is free and the staff try to to their best to make and keep this aquarium interesting.
What an amazing and fun little Aquarium! OK - it's not as flashy as the one in Long Beach (it also was not $$$ - suggested donation of $5 adults and $1 kids) and there were many things to do and see. My grandchildren loved...More
The place is a disgrace. Free is free, and you get what you pay for. Dated, smelly, tiny, old. Go to Long Beach and invest in an experience. The “manager” here Matt yelled at my wife and autistic son, so the place is also apparently...More
The best interactive low-priced ($5 donation) aquarium experience. Touch tank with starfish, anenomes, even sharks. Tide pools,beaches, fire pits and pier nearby.
Easy access, parking at beautiful Cabrillo Beach.
This aquarium has lots to see from fish tanks to touch tanks to beautiful (?) jellyfish. That is not all Habitats Hall shows though for there are exhibits showing the natural habitat of other species of the surrounding area. There are wildlife exhibits, bird displays,...More
Well its free admission so can't complain too much, the interior is a little run down and smells fishy but the creatures are well maintained and look happy. You can see some interesting Jellyfish and even seahorses. Its worth a stop with young ones if...More
Unlike famous aquariums in Chicago and Monterey, Cabrillo is run on donations and caters to kids and school field trips. Beware, on any given day more than 300 kids could be around.
Once you pay your $5 donation, you will enjoy quite an extension collection...More
I have been going to this museum ever since I was a child, I really like going here, a nice place to stroll and relax. Some of the old whale bones are the same ones when I was a kid. They also have a small...More