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On my recent visit to Houston, I took my two nieces and grand daughter to the Houston aquarium on a rainy day. Varing in ages from 7 to 12 years of age, they were very entertaining and educationally stimulated which was great to see. The...More
My husband, grandson, his friend, and I had a wonderful time at the Downtown Aquarium in Houston. We each used our own all day pass which allowed my teenaged grandson and his friend to visit their favorite attractions, while my husband and I rode the...More
Visited as we had a city pass. On site self parking cost $8. The interior us well designed with shipwreck and pirate themes. Lots of small tanks and a few larger ones. Extra for the stingrays encounter. Unsure why a white tiger is there though...More
We love the aquarium. When we lived downtown we would stop in when on walks and check out the public exhibits, and you can also visit the stingrays and rides without getting a pass.
Once we started having visitors, we have now gone through the...More
Its best for those with kids, but even as an adult it can be an interesting place to visit. The train ride under the glass was pretty cool. The ferris wheel offers a good view of the area, and wasn't too busy at mid morning.
While this was a small attraction the kids really enjoyed the things they had there. We passed a total of 2.5 hours here. The favorite of the kids was the stingray reef. They loved that they were so energetic and took the fish from their...More
Last tourist stop on our 3 night stay in Houston. Building is big so we thought we were in for a treat. They advertise that the aquarium is in 8 zones so we were expecting big things.
Husband thought we were in the ‘pre-show’ and...More
We love downtown aquarium, and our kids do indeed. It is one of the must places to visit in Houston if you have young kids. Waiting for the restaurant is usually long, but you could check in, go for the activités or walk outside, and...More
I did not see lockers but if you are just talking about your carry on bag, I would think you could leave it at the check in desk. It is to the right as soon as you walk in the door. I have called them with questions before... More
I did not see lockers but if you are just talking about your carry on bag, I would think you could leave it at the check in desk. It is to the right as soon as you walk in the door. I have called them with questions before and they are always helpful.