For me, watching fish is a bit like watching a campfire - kind of relaxing and you can just stare for a while. So I found the whole place fairly relaxing. Went with the family. They all enjoyed it. You wander around outside and see fish in open concrete tanks at various stages of growth (1 year old, two, etc.). We bought a bucket of food (for $4), and you get to feed it to the fish. They go crazy for the food, so that's a bit entertaining. There is one area where you can actually go fishing. We didn't do it, but those doing it seemed to be having a good time. There is an additional fee to rent pole, etc., but if you want to keep the fish you catch, they are $4 each. Since the pond you are fishing from is FULL of fish, you are fairly likely to catch something (if you are inclined to try). Not a huge amount of documentation on anything, so it;s more a walk and look. Turtle pond did have a load of turtles, and some info about them on a sign. Overall, a decent way to spend a few hours. Mostly outdoors, so not a rainy day thing.