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Aquarium du Perigord Noir, Le Bugue

(550+ reviews on the web)
Zoo / Aquarium
The largest freshwater aquarium in France, Aquarium du Perigord Noir features more than 6,000 fish, including pike, catfish, sturgeon, and carp. In 2009, a new Iguana Park opened with 40 species of lizards, snakes, turtles, and iguanas. The fifth-busiest attraction in the area, the aquarium hosts 169,000 visitors a year. Put Aquarium du Perigord Noir on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Le Bugue travel itinerary maker.
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  • Out of this visit with the distinct impression that this aquarium has real potential. Unfortunately many improvements should be made. Maintenance of the pools leaves to be desired. The windows are dirty. The water is murky. Snakes are few and present in an environment that is reduced to its simplest expression. Ditto with regard to alligators. The lights are deficient. The visit ends with the touch pools that fortunately leave a good memory. In summary this aquarium hardly compares with any other European aquariums.
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  • Visit interesting, but too expensive, because which lasts only an hour less. Fits all.
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  • Actually this change to observe freshwater fish but too bad comments on screens scroll too fast and that the pictures of the fish is not sync with the text. The music is too loud in the cabins of the course. However the free app on the phone is very good.
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  • Nice park for easy day out with family. Not particularly cheap but money goes to saving rare species
  • Great half day out for the kids.
  • Great for children
  • We visited just a few days ago , and thoroughly enjoyed the day . Plenty to see and a great experience .
  • Great aquarium! It is the second time that we go in four years and there were a lot of new features. Interesting for young and old!
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