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The only aquarium in the U.S. that focuses on freshwater exhibits, this three-story waterfront structure is ready for public viewing after a year and a half and almost $34 million. Plenty of interactive exhibits and re-created habitats are fun and...more
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I visited the aquarium with my boyfriend and we loved it! It doesn't look super big from the outside (especially to someone from Chicago who is used to the Shedd), but there are so many things to do that we still spent several hours there....More
It was great to see all the fresh water fish - especially for my son who is working on a History Day documentary about Lake Superior's commercial fishing industry. And you can actually touch a sturgeon in at this aquarium. None of us were brave...More
When you have a young kid, your vacation itinerary is based on their entertainment. With this in mind, the aquarium is a good spot. The entry fee isn’t too bad and you can spend several hours exploring all the exhibits. The fish tank where you...More
nice aquarium. alot of local and regional fish but also some tropical fish bird and otters. the birds and otters are rescued animals that could not be returned to the wild. lots of interactive displays. lots of types of jellyfish. it is a smaller aquarium...More
I have now visited this aquarium twice, and I enjoyed it both times. For a smaller aquarium, it had a surprising number of exhibits, activities for kids, and informational resources to enjoy for an hour or two. It also gives you a feel for Lake...More
Cost $60 for family of 4. Very small. Not much going on. Most of the kids activity stations were broken. Our kids are normally impossible to get out of a zoo or aquarium. I don't think we were there more than 30 minutes. Find something...More
Having toured and enjoyed aquariums in San Diego and Monterey and Boston and Sydney and I have a pretty high expectation threshold. This is a very nice little aquarium which has a better Lake Superior shipwreck and history experience which I really enjoyed.