One of the world's oldest surviving aquariums (1872) with a modern makeover. Traditionalists won't like the coloured light show but will love the Victorian architecture. There's something for everyone, though much signage is child-oriented. A piece of English history brought up to date. My only reservation would be the price, double that of the sublime Royal Pavilion just up the road. But I guess aquariums are expensive to run.
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