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Discovery Passage Aquarium, Campbell River

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We took my son and grand daughter here and it was a success. The place is small but the staff are so friendly and great, especially a girl named Alex. She showed a great love for her job and for the c...  read more »
  • My spouse and I took our 4 5 month old daughter to check out the aquarium. We had a great time. The staff are very knowledgeable and the touch tanks are awesome. They had different starfish and a sea ...  read more »
  • This little aquarium is a little sister to the one in ucluelet. Not as many ha do on displays but the guide there was very chatty and engaging. She had so much information to share about the sea life ...  read more »
  • This is a quaint little aquarium which houses on a few marine animals but is a fun stop. There were three adults and two kids (6 and 4) in our group and we stayed about an hour. We were lucky because we manage to be there during feeding time for the octopus otherwise we probably wouldn't have had more than a half-hour of entertainment. The cost is definitely too high with having to pay $36 for admission. But the kids (and many adults) did seem to really enjoy being able to touch some of the marine life.
  • I was so impressed with my visit today on Labour Day. Friendly and knowledgeable staff who really took time to explain things to me and my kids. There was a great selection of marine life including a shy octopus, crabs of different sizes, and so much more.. What a great way to touch and feel some of the diverse marine life from off the west coast. Deb and the other staff and volunteers were great at sharing their knowledge. Thank you!!