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This is one of the activities that can't be missed in Vegas. This was one of my choices for the 3 for $57 package. When you enter the aquarium, the forest like ambience sets the right feeling. There are a variety of aquatic beings here....More
This Aquarium is located inside the Mandalay Bay and is good for 30 minutes for most people. I think that this experience is more for kids than adults and is pretty small compared to most of the aquariums I have been to. You do see...More
There are several of these exhibits around the county/world and this is the only one in Las Vegas that I am aware of. Located in the Mandaley Bay Resort complex, at the far southern end of their property.
While is is clean and modern, I...More
Shark reef is a bit small for the money. The polar experience is for little kids. There is a beautiful sea turtle in the aquarium that is the star of the show. The sharks are small to mid size. We went on a Monday. Wasn’t...More
It's a good aquarium, but I wouldn't tell anyone they're missing out. It's not a large aquarium so don't plan on spending a lot of time there. It's more for families with kids. It was worth going to, but I wouldn't go again
Take your time reading all the signs throughout the exhibit, it's very informational. But the exhibit is definitely for younger kids. The wonder of the ocean is amazing!
The jellyfish tank is just breathtaking to watch.
The sand tiger ship wreck experience is amazing to...More
I was very impressed with this small but very nice aquarium. Very visible exhibits. We waited a long time to get into the Polar Journey and it was a waste. The supposedly fun motion ride was a joke. They posted all kinds of warnings about...More
Ultimately, this was a nice aquarium, but pricey given its size. Our daughter is very into sharks, but after 45-minutes we had seen all that there was to see. The touch pool, jelly fish, and octopus tanks were well done. But the flagship attraction, the...More
If all you intend to see is the Shark Reef, then as the others have stated, you can buy your tix directly at the locale. If you want to see other attractions, for instance the three pack where you get entrance to any three... More
If all you intend to see is the Shark Reef, then as the others have stated, you can buy your tix directly at the locale. If you want to see other attractions, for instance the three pack where you get entrance to any three of the MGM properties assortment of attractions, you can purchase the package at the attractions themselves or even in those half price shows kiosks. I preferred the three pack because it was almost like getting three attractions for the price of two. Not quite, but close.
Response from Rosario V | Reviewed this property |
I am unsure on a package for 7 at a discount but there is a promotion where you are able to go to 3 attractions for the price of 2 you can buy that at the shark reef and there is a list available on what attractions are... More
I am unsure on a package for 7 at a discount but there is a promotion where you are able to go to 3 attractions for the price of 2 you can buy that at the shark reef and there is a list available on what attractions are included
Hi, going in April with 5 yo granddaughter, her first trip! I know if she could swim across shark reef in Typhoon Lagoon it would be one of the highlights of her trip. The official WDW website says any height, but six years old. Has anyone experienced any exceptions to this rule? I am asking not because I dont think rules apply to us, :) but because at our local indoor aquatic center they have 2 large slides with have a height requirement of 48 inches, which she is under by 6 Inches. I asked...More
January 20, 2013|
Sorry, no exceptions :( She will have tons of fun though, even without the reef swim It will give you reason to go on her 2nd trip, perhaps for her 6th Birthday :-)
What's the one inexpensive MUST DO (or see) in Vegas? (24 Replies)
I travel to Vegas a couple of times a year (always stay at NYNY) but don't venture out much (no car this trip). I've seen things like the lions, Hoover Dam, Shark Reef, Titanic, etc...so I'm looking for some new ideas from the experts. We will be there this weekend (Sun - Tues) and I am interested in what YOU think is a must do or see. No hip and tendy bar scene, please...we are oldish (as My 10 year old calls me!) Many thanks!! I appreciate all the wonderful insight on this board!
June 29, 2009|
Response fromBeth G|
Voodoo Lounge before the club scene begins, great view.
Long Island, New York
MyVegas rewards- question about when to purchase (3 Replies)
I have used my rewards towards the Shark Reef and the Secret Garden attractions. Because the rewards are for discounted tickets, I still need to pick dates and purchase the discounted tickets. I’d like to wait until I’m in Vegas to decide what days I want to go, since the tickets do not have any assigned time-slot. If I complete the purchase once I’m in town, can I use a receipt on my phone to pick up the tickets or do they need to be printed out ahead of time? Thanks!
August 13, 2018|
Claim your rewards before you go. You then just take the code and id to the relevant M life desk to have them give you the voucher. Don’t wait until you get to Vegas, loads and loads of the rewards are not available once you’re there and turning off location services no longer works as I discovered in March. Hope this makes sense.