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Francisco G wrote a review Jan 2020
Ventura, California59 contributions1 helpful vote
Welcoming is the energy one receives when visiting this site. Beautifully manicured fish tanks with very lively fish in them. Staff ready to assist you and over all a nice place to visit. Check their schedule as they are only open four hours in the afternoon. Great place to visit with family and kids. I suggest you visit and give yourself at least 2 hour to read all the information. Enjoy…
Date of experience: January 2020
Ira wrote a review Nov 2019
Jenks, Oklahoma57 contributions6 helpful votes
Every variety of fish greets you as your enter their habitat. Educational talks enlighten your visit. If you're into the sea (not as a meal!), you'll delight in this facility.
Date of experience: October 2019
cota3789 wrote a review Aug 2019
Jupiter, Florida32 contributions6 helpful votes
It's always a pleasure to visit this little gem in Jupiter. The kids love the hands on approach with many little sea creatures. Guides share knowledge with young & not so young alike. No big crowds so you can take as much time as you like to enjoy the exhibits.
Date of experience: April 2019
Melissa wrote a review Aug 2019
Jupiter, Florida92 contributions9 helpful votes
The River Center is a great little place to visit w the kids or as an adult. They have a list of programs and events that r usually inexpensive, fun and educational. I took my kids to fishing 101 and kayaking 101 both classes where only $10pp and were worth much more. They taught us everything from A-Z and than took us Fishing/kayaking. Kids liked the kayaking more because they didnt catch fish...hence why the say “u r fishing not catching”. However, they have inspired us to kayak and go fishing again. Kids and i look forward to signing up for more of their kayaking yours. Thank You for a family fun time!!…
Date of experience: August 2019
Nicole C wrote a review Jul 2019
23 contributions7 helpful votes
The kids really enjoyed the touch tank with urchins, sea stars, hermit crabs and even a horse shoe crab. Lots of information to see and read about the Loxahatchee River. Great place to visit. I’d say less than 20-30 minutes per visit.
Date of experience: July 2019