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New York Aquarium
New York Aquarium
#About the Brooklyn Aquarium

The Brooklyn Aquarium is actually the official aquarium of New York. This aquarium showcases a huge variety of sea life from around the world.

The aquarium, located on the shores of Coney Island Beach, displays more than 8,000 species and varieties of sea life. This aquarium is rich and fascinating and was originally established in 1896 in its original building in Battery Park. The current location, on the historic Coney Island walkway, the aquarium moved in 1957. Today, it is the home of more than 350 marine life, mammals, like sharks, sea lions and penguins.

In the Brooklyn Aquarium, one can see a huge variety of different marine life. There are fish, whales, sharks, dolphins, crabs, and more. In the complex are also family activities, like penguin and shark feedings, a sea lion performance, all of which cannot be missed.

On the aquarium's website attached below, you can find out the feeding times of the different animals. During the feedings there are usually explanations about the animals, and a few tricks and communication between the feeder and the animal.

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Mosk Svt
Sea World
#About Prague's Aquarium

Sea World (Mořský Svět) is the biggest aquarium in the Czech Republic. Since it opened in 2002, over 80,000 visitors come here each year, coming to see the wide variety of underwater creatures. There are marine animals of all kind, type, color or size - fish of all kinds and colors, not to mention the sizes, ranging from the tiniest to the exciting giant sharks. The main attraction here is considered the giant sharks, and don't let us forget to mention the entire coral colonies that exist here, which create a spectacularly diverse marine world.

Of course, the entire aquarium is equipped with illustrations and different experiences, including huge wall paintings and sound and lighting effects, giving visitors a sense of entry into the underwater world.

A few numbers- This mini-world, covering an area of ​​one square kilometer, contains more than 50 tanks of various fish, including over 250 thousand liters of saltwater. There are more than 4,500 different species of marine organisms in these waters, including 350 species of fish.


During the week the place is not too busy, and on weekends the aquarium becomes crowded.

Try not to miss the shark feeding.

If you like guided tours - the nighttime tour is really fun.

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Shinagawa Aquarium
Shinagawa Aquarium
#About the Best Aquarium in Tokyo

Shinagawa Aquarium offers visitors a variety of marine animals, such as fish, sea turtles, stingrays and other reef species.
A special attraction here is the underwater canal, a vast glass tube, about 20 meters long, that runs right through the center of the largest aquarium. The access through the glass pipe of the aquarium allows you to look at the spectacular underwater world, as if you were inside it.

In showcases, which take place four or five times a day, you can see dolphins, seals and tiger sharks, which perform many stunts and spectacular exercises.


Check when the dolphins and tiger sharks performance starts and arrive a few minutes earlier, in order to save a place, as it attracts large crowds of people.

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Acquario Civico di Milano
Civic Aquarium of Milan
#The Civic Aquarium of Milan

The Civic Aquarium of Milan (Acquario Civico di Milano) is situated near the Sempione Park, it is an aquarium with a large variety of fish, tropical fish, amphibians, freshwater fish, sharks and marine life, such as various kinds of crabs and sea turtles. They were gathered from the depths of the sea near Italy, from all over the Mediterranean and from all over the world.

The aquarium is one of the largest in Italy. Dozens of large aquariums and ponds where different species of fish are displayed from different corners of the world. There are rare fish brought from seas far away, like the Red Sea. A transparent tunnel allows visitors to see all the fish and sea creatures on all sides and it simulates walking deep in the sea.

A special experience to see in the aquarium in Milan is how they feed the various animals and to receive guidance and explanations about the lives of the various water creatures.

The Milan Aquarium opened in 1906, in honor of the World Fair that took place in the city. This makes it the third oldest aquarium in Europe and one of the oldest in the world.


Entrance is free on the first Sunday of each month, and on Tuesdays from 2 pm.

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Crete Aquarium
Crete Aquarium
#About Crete's Aquarium

The Crete Aquarium in Hersonissos is an aquarium that represents aquatic life around Crete.

This is a fantastic attraction for kids and parents alike. There are sea turtles, octopuses, lobsters, all kinds of fish and organisms, in all colors and sizes.

Don't be surprised about finding an impressive reptile display. With children you are also welcome to join in the daily feedings here.

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Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
#About the Cabrillo Aquarium

The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium shows the sea life of Southern California. The Aquarium is near the beach, and is a place to learn about the tides. On top of its exhibits, it also offers classes and group sessions for groups and schools - there is a strong emphasis on education, and the aquarium is operated by the Department of Parks and Recreation of Los Angeles.

The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium was established in 1935, as a collection of samples of ocean life, a sort of small museum on the Cabrillo beach. In 1949, John Olguin, in charge of the lifeguards at Cabrillo Beach, was appointed museum manager. It became a popular aquarium by opening the place for spontaneous tours for groups and schools, and began evening curriculum of watching different mating habits of the different sea life.

In 1981 the museum moved to a new building, designed by Frank Gehry. The old building closed. During the 1990's the museum turned into an aquarium, mainly to emphasize its sea life collections. In 2004 a research center was added to the aquarium, and today there is an indoor and outdoor display area, an auditorium, labs, and offices.

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Sea Life Bangkok
Sea Life Bangkok
#About Bangkok's Aquarium

Siam Ocean World, located in the Siam Paragon mall, is an underwater world, where in 10,000 square meters there are sea attractions, and other fun things to do for adults and children.

In this aquarium, of the largest in Asia, you can go into a vast and fascinating world. You can see hundreds of fish and other sea life, like sharks, octopuses, swordfish, sea turtles, jellyfish, penguins, seals, and large crabs - more than 400 animals and 30,000 items waiting for your curiosity.

These are all normal activities, because at Sea Life Bangkok, you can feed and swim with sharks. Yes, imagine diving with a local guide, in a big aquarium, with 2.8 million liters of water. This is the best and safest way to meet exotic fish...like sharks. If you want to stay dry, you can sail in a glass-bottomed boat, letting you view the fish from above.

The aquarium allows for a modern viewing experience, like 3D movies, with the possibility to listen to explanations from local guides and lectures by experts.

The aquarium offers children attractions like watching the feeding of otters and penguins, or screening of VR movies, virtual reality, of sea life in the corals, under and above water.


If you purchase a ticket online, there is a discount - click on the link below.

Kids under 3 enter for free.

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Aquarium of the Pacific
Aquarium of the Pacific
#About the Aquarium of the Pacific Ocean

The purpose of the Aquarium of the Pacific is to instill a sense of wonder, respect and responsibility for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants and its ecosystems. Each year, more than 1.7 million people visit the aquarium.

You can see more than 11,000 animals in more than 50 exhibits representing the diversity of the Pacific Ocean - 19 large observation ponds and 32 targeted ones. Here you will be able to tour Pacific wildlife in three areas: southern California, tropical Pacific and northern Pacific.

Beyond the variety of animals, the aquarium offers educational programs for people of all ages and lectures by leading scientists in the field. It allows to learn comprehensively about the ocean sciences and the planet in general through a variety of multimedia experiences.

Throughout the year, the aquarium includes cultural events, festivals and art exhibitions to attract new audiences and make science more accessible.

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LAqurium de Barcelona
Barcelona Aquarium
#About the Aquarium

The Barcelona Aquarium (L'Aquàrium de Barcelona) is a must-see for fish lovers. The aquarium is located in the port area of ​​the city, at the end of the Ramblas Boulevard.

There are 35 water tanks in the aquarium, in which more than 11,000 animals can be seen from 450 different species. They were brought from all over the ocean.

The aquarium opened in 1995 and is still considered one of the city's leading sites. Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists visit it, and over 14 million people have already visited.

One of the most interesting attractions in the aquarium is its underwater tunnel, which is 80 meters long. It passes under the sea and through its walls you can watch the water animals, living in their natural environment. And by the way, do not worry, you do not have to hold the whole 80 meters without resting - along the tunnel there are places to sit and you can just rest and watch the fish around you. No less than magic!

It's worth checking out at the beginning what hours shark feeding takes place. This is a rare opportunity to watch these carnivores in action.

The aquarium has quite a few activities for children, such as diving with sharks, diving in a transparent cage and more.


A moment of shopping? - At the exit of the aquarium you will meet one of the city's most luxurious shopping and entertainment centers - the Maremagnum. Instead of many great stores and also experiences like IMAX cinema and even a casino. In the winter, from January until the end of March, there are surpluses at significant discounts.

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Paris's Aquarium
#About the Aquarium

If there are a few advantages in a rainy and wintery Paris, they are the ability to visit places that one wouldn't otherwise get to if the sun was out and shining. Paris's Aquarium (L'Aquarium de Paris), located in the Jardins du Trocadéro, houses thousands of aquatic creatures from all over the world, different species, sizes, colors, that one can see through the clear glass.

The Aquarium, made of 60 separate aquariums, was established to showcase the underwater world of different tropical countries. Today you can find over 5,000 creatures here, of 350 different species. In the aquariums there is a division by species and geographical origins.

For children, this is an exciting experience, and as for adults, this is a pretty relaxed attraction. One of the most fascinating attractions here is the shark tank. Another attraction is the petting tank, where children (and parents) are welcome to put their hands in and pet the colorful fish that are swimming. In addition there are kids of shows here, like pirate doll shows, and screenings of nature movies and art activities.
Haus des Meeres
#About Vienna’s Water World

In this vast aquarium with 5 spectacular floors, you can meet with children 3,500 animals - sharks, crocodiles, snakes, lizards and a vast variety of fish. Although there are also few terrestrial animals (a tropical house, a reptile house and an ants house), the emphasis here is definitely on marine animals. In the nine houses there, you will be amazed at how many types of marine life there are and how diverse it is.

In the tropical house, for example, you can walk on bridges in the heart of rainforests and pass over swamps where water trees grow. Here you will see a variety of animals such as turtles, crabs, monkeys and birds, and of course huge and colorful coral reefs, sea lilies and colorful fish. In another house, with its glass floor, you can watch the swamp and crocodiles. In a different house you will see snakes, lizards and ants of different sizes.

Beyond the exhibition, the site is also a research house whose goal is to help preserve the marine species and to reduce the extinction of species in nature. In order to achieve this goal it is in contact with other zoos around the world.

At the end of the tour around the museum, it is worth going up to the roof of the building and watching the amazing panoramic view of the entire city. Enjoy!
Madrid Zoo
#About the Large Zoo in Casa de Campo

The large zoo in Madrid (Zoo Aquarium de Madrid) in Casa de Campo is one of the prettiest zoos in Spain, and in Europe, that in the same venue offer a zoo and a dolphinarium, with two dolphin shows each day, a large fish aquarium, a reptile park, and a bird area.

The zoo is a leading attraction for children and families in Madrid, with about 6,000 animals from about 500 species. This makes the zoo and the aquarium into a very special attraction.

From the amazing dolphins, the huge and rare panda bears, koalas and gorillas, chimpanzees, red orangutans, lions, elephants, monkies, reptiles, and birds - there is everything here. This very large zoo, visited by tourists from all over the world, has different land and underwater animals.

In the zoo are botanical gardens with about 100,000 different plants. Fun for the whole family!


Try arriving early in summer, with water and a sun hat, it can get very hot here around noon.

Family tickets are offered.

Don't miss the dolphin show at 12:30 pm and 4:30 pm.

Bring your own food, many times the restaurants can be closed here.

In the winter months some displays might be closed, make sure to look into it before you arrive.

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Flamingo Feedings at the Zoo:


Rare Panda Bears in the Zoo:

Tokyo Skytree
#About the Tallest Tower in Tokyo

Skytree, is the tallest tower in the world and the second tallest building in history. In recent years, the needle shaped Skytree had become one of the symbols of Tokyo and Japan.

The Skytree is 634 meters high, twice the height of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It was built for about three and a half years, at a cost of $820 million. At the top of the tower are two viewpoints, one at heights of 350 meters and the other 450 meters above the city.

By the way, the Tokyo Solamachi Canyon, at the bottom or base of the Tokyo Skytree, is a great place to release the lust for shopping nesting in all of us. It also has a great aquarium called the Sumida Aquarium.

The observation of Mt. Fuji from the Tokyo Skytree, the volcano that is Japan's highest mountain, is wonderful. From here you can watch it from 100 kilometers away. This is one of the most beautiful Japanese sights, especially for those who choose not to go hiking.

The tower itself was damaged by the earthquake that hit Japan in 2011, but it survived and construction slowed down for only two months, proving the strength of Japanese construction technology and its resilience to earthquakes.

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A View Above the City:


Tokyo Solamachi Mall below:


The Sumida Aquarium In the Mall:


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