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AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin, Berlin

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
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2.2/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
You can take a glass elevator up through the largest cylindrical tank in the world at AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin. As you ascend, see how many of the 97 different species you can spot in the AquaDom's 1 million liters (219,969 gallons) of water. The aquarium features more than 5,000 creatures. You can view seahorses, porcupine fish, lobsters, jellyfish, red lionfish, moray eels, and more. Head to the interactive rock pool to hold crabs and see starfish. When you arrive, check the schedule for feeding times. It also tells when divers are cleaning the AquaDom. AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Berlin Edition.
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  • Way to go. Very educational for children and worth seeing. The only shortcoming is noticed us, everywhere is the clue to avoid PLASTIC to protect the seas and fish to then sell lots of plastic in the adjacent shop. A contradiction in terms. Snst has been but all very nice.
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  • We have seen while not the first time SeaLife, but the first time SeaLife Berlin. It is admittedly not a particularly cheap pleasure, but if you can see the price in relation to the environmental awareness and knows that it thus supported many projects of SeaLife, this gives a different picture. The employees are open to any question about the animals all very friendly and helpful and happy to. The facilities are very clean and well kept. Well we liked the great attention to environmental protection, in short: LET'S FINALLY THE PLASTIC WASTE BEING! Small downside: In the adjacent souvenir shop is so advertised that SeaLife could banish more than 80% of the plastic waste from the shop in the last few years. BRAVO. Well done SeaLife. The ice Slushie served as a thank you for a customer satisfaction survey is however served in a plastic cup with a straw. Bad drum.
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  • We have visited the seam life aquarium, it was enjoyable, ofcourse, the Zoo aquarium that we visited later was bigger with much more varieties. but this one was also nice specially during rainy day. t...  read more »
  • At €17 this is insanely overpriced. The place is really run down and really depressing to walk through. While it was novel to see some of the starfish etc, there really is very little here for your money. I walked through it in about 15 minutes and straight into the gift shop. The worst part is that not only do you need to exit through a gift shop, you need to be hassled by people trying to get you to eat at their restaurant while you make your way across to the final part of the experience which takes place in the lobby of a hotel. Yes. You need to queue for a lift which makes a bizarre 8 minute trip up the hotel lobby through an aquarium which surrounds you. It sounds better than it actually is. The reality is that you are stuck in a lift which awkwardly looks into the hotel rooms of those customers at the Radisson Blu who are unfortunate enough to have rooms facing the atrium. I felt embarrassed that I spent money on this.
  • I think this attraktion is quite special. But in any way - I don´t know how I can explain it? It´s a bit boring prepaired. And the price is quite high (of course I guess it cost´s a lot to keep this attraktion running). A bit pity, I think in generally it´s a very good idea, this attraktion.
  • A little small. I liked the sea life in Scheveningen more, to be honest. The dome itself is quite big but you cannot roam and go around to look at the water life independently. There is an elevator that goes up the dome in groups. It is always crowded and sticky. Especially in summer, this was not the best experience.
  • I really enjoyed the way up with the lift and the huge fish tank around. Great to watch the marine life. Wished just it would take longer so. The sea life after that would be in my opinion great for kids but for me it was not that interesting to be honest. Would recommend more the aquarium at the zoo.
  • While the Aquarium at the Berlin Zoo is bigger with more species, the AquaDome is really well put together for an aquarium located right in the city center (close to Alexanderplatz, a main Bahnhof).
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