The aquarium was decent but overpriced. The food court was a joke and the elevator(s) very small. I got the impression that the Texas State Aquarium upper management staff will do anything to save money and make money. Specifically, they provide no parking attendants at the entrance and rely instead on a parking sensor that allows you to enter at a snail's pace. We parked at the last row under the bridge and when we came out to our vehicle we found out that some idiot parked right behind me and blocked my attempts to get out. I had to wait for the idiot to return only to give him a few choice words. But it was not totally his fault because the site does not monitor parking violations and filled capacity levels because all they care about is getting your money. Save your money and visit a real aquarium.
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