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St. Lucie County Aquarium - Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit

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St. Lucie County Aquarium - Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit

244 Reviews
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420 Seaway Dr, Fort Pierce, FL 34949-3138
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Fort Pierce Inshore Fishing Charters

Experience and explore the intercoastal and backwaters of Indian River Lagoon which has an abundance of Snook,Redfish, Spotted Sea Trout, Mangrove Snapper and Black Drum. Just minutes from Waterfront Beach, Fort Pierce Island has all types of fishing an eye’s view. View the beautiful scenery, while experiencing the thrill of a chance to catch the local inshore king, “the Snook” and many other species. A fishing enthusiast may choose to chase the resident fish, but there is a lot of variety for every angler.<br><br> All charters are guided by a licensed Captain in a modern inshore boat flat or bay boat, we provide the fishing rods and reels, right and left-handed and all the tackle you can use, as well as all other necessities including safety equipment.<br><br>While visitors were experiencing Fort Pierce and the outdoor fishing, they also enjoyed a trip through the Navy Seal Museum, a trip to Jetty Park or Blind Creek Beach!&#xa0;
$490.38 per adult
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wendy l wrote a review Feb 2020
20 contributions1 helpful vote
For such a small facility, it was loaded with regional ocean life and excellent detailed information about it. Our favorites were the coral exhibit, finding specific fish or crustaceans in the numerous tanks, touch tank & the underwater sounds display. I would not recommend for smaller children with short attention spans as it exhibits are geared toward education rather than just watching (like a zoo).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dan A wrote a review Feb 2020
Alpharetta, Georgia820 contributions69 helpful votes
Road trip! This small aquarium is a fun visit. It is very small but a guide by a docent makes it very worthwhile.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jp250 wrote a review Feb 2020
Hollister, Missouri25 contributions4 helpful votes
We were in the area on a rainy day and decided to go check out both the aquarium and history museum (they are about 200 yards apart). The aquarium was good and is worth the time and they have great docents. The historical museum was interesting but we had to leave after 15-20 minutes due to a reaction my wife had to what we think was mold.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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businesstraveler05 wrote a review Jan 2020
Miami, Florida227 contributions67 helpful votes
We were disappointed with the displays at the aquarium we recently visited in Ft Pierce. The stools are way too short for young kids to stand on and see anything.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Marty M wrote a review Nov 2019
Eat Northport, ny, United States51 contributions7 helpful votes
this aquarium has a limited number of tanks, each of which are interesting. The main tank has a large number of colorful fish. Smaller tanks have sea horses and different types of coral.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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