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“Pricey but worth it”

Marine Habitat at Atlantis
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Owner description: The world's largest marine park, home to over 50,000 sea animals.
Reviewed July 14, 2013

Very pricey, but so worth it. Especially if you have children!! Cool, clean and fun. We paid $135 per person for the Atlantis day pass which basically included the water park, pools and aquariums

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Reviewed July 13, 2013

Large marble balls spun by water, glass scultures, beautiful murals, Atlantis looks like you would imagine its fantasy namesake! The enormous ..fish tank..if you can call it that! ...is amazing! Sharks, stingrays and many varieties of fish swim on one whole wall. A stroll outside brings you face to face with giant turtles, a shallow pool were te stingrays ripple over the top, and many other great places to explore!

Thank braysmum
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

Fun at aquarium and water park although very few water slides. Had dinner at Mosaic which was an excellent buffet but again very pricey

Thank Tina P
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

It's great. Take the time to enjoy every fish. There's a lot of sharks and rays. They feed early in the morning about 8:00. Take advantage of free free feedings.

2  Thank CASEY S
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

My husband and I stayed in downtown Nassau and were told on our cab ride from the airport to the hotel that we MUST check out the Atlantis Aquarium. When we got to our hotel, we asked our hotel staff about getting tickets to the aquarium... we quickly found out that the tickets were $45.00 a person! A little pricey if you ask me, but it IS the Bahamas-- everything is expensive. So when the concierge saw our look of shock, he told us that if you go after 6:00pm, it's free and open to the public. We were skeptical... but it is totally true! If you ask people at Atlantis, they won't give away that secret. But skip the guided tour and go explore it yourself... for free! And for being a free aquarium, it's pretty cool. For $45.00, no. But for free, yes.

2  Thank Mindy P
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