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Marineland, Antibes
(1.9/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web)
Marineland receives over a million visitors a year. See performances by trained sea creatures, including trained orcas, otters, and seals. Take a look at our Antibes itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Marineland and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Happy to share this fabulous Park in our memory with our son of 3 years but that magic is gone. Animals are always too grandiose, but the shows are lifeless. Animals jump right to left and nothing more, over ball games, hoop, pole... it's too bad. We greatly appreciate the tunel to sharks and many play areas. For a long weekend of November, only restaurants are open (not snack). Take a picnic!
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  • Family with young children day. Tickets purchased online for cheaper, about €30 / adult and € 22 for a child of 7 years and free for a baby so a sizable budget still. On-site: a lot of disappointment. The shows are absolutely not astonishing as at one time, it's more educational than anything else... * the representation of dolphins was nothing extraordinary (even in a natural environment with a bit of luck sometimes they offer us a better show!) * animation in the part "alaska" is a shame! A really tiny space for too many spectators, little penguins are behind a disgusting glass, still they are under coolers that are from a different era... * the representation of sea lions (while the children enjoy the side big plush of these big beasts) has nothing great. * representation of the orcs Ditto * this doesn't help to get around space aquarium educational animation that there also is a shame! I wonder how in case of fire or problem they can evacuate so many people in a small space... as for the animation is a girl who explains the name of the fish in front of them all small aquariums laid on each other... * educational animation of the bears, although very very well explained by a charming well hard Lady long the public is eager to see the animals in question... but is in the end that we understand that they will not come. It's more a lesson on actions against global warming! To summarize: the Park is really aging, the staff is nice but unnecessary representations and animations. These animals are really worth behind their dirty windows... in view of the quality of the shows is "tourist trap". More than €80 3 or like the heavy impression was having...
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  • After all the controversy, I wanted to see for myself. Horrible! Poor beasts... The Park is old, run-down if you really look behind the bright colors. The price is very high, especially when it comes to the family
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  • You can get the tickets at the tourist office in Cannes for 24€/child, with a free ticket added per child. So a family of 4 just pays 48€. That's OK for the park. The park itself isn't very special, apart from the killer whales (that's the reason I got there). Sure, like any animal in human hand, they are not in their natural habitat. But everything in the park looks clean, and I bet the animals there are treated better than some pets at home. But to talk about the park: don't get to the shows too early, just do it like the others - get there 5 minutes before and sit on the stairs. No one will send you away. The shows are quite nice and last about half an hour. Better bring your own food, as it is quite expensive there.
  • The performs of animals are good, especially the whales and the dolphins. But that is all worth to see. To watch the 2 good performs, totally 40 minutes, we need to stay at least 4 hours in the park; Because perform is one hour each, and between whale and dolphin there are two or three other small performs. So at the end, we need to have lunch in the park too. The owner of the park has good sense to earn money! One more word, the parking is not free, 7,5 euros each.
  • I'd love to share that the animals looked healthy and they truly contributed to conservation.... I can not.
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  • The show was cruel and the animals are clearly not looked after well. These orcas and dolphins should be in the wild, not in a tiny tank like that.