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Acuario Inbursa, Mexico City

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Immerse yourself in the depths of the ocean at Acuario Inbursa, the largest aquarium in Mexico located in the Nuevo Polanco district. Visitors can wander around five levels of oceanic corridors and gaze at over 5,000 different marine specimens in the tanks. The aquarium features beaches and tidal pools exhibiting species such as sharks, sea horses, turtles, crocodiles, piranhas, jellyfish, coral, barracuda, and more. Kids can learn about the marine ecosystem through an interactive approach by touching and feeding some of the world's most interesting creatures. Add Acuario Inbursa to your Mexico City travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mexico City travel itinerary planner.
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  • It is wonderful to have something so in the CDMX, I loved it, visit it at family if you live in CDMX and if you're a tourist you can not miss one of the newer attractions and there just across the street you will find the museo Soumaya, where you'll find a majestic exhibition of art.
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  • It is difficult to find a place where there are no people in the city of Mexico, but I think that they could have a better organisation regarding entry into groups. The Aquarium is very nice, to my taste the best of Mexico. Recommend go very early to not find such people, after them 12 pm is difficult to appreciate all the aquariums or is necessary wait much time
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  • At times hard to believe the large number of marine species that are found in this place in the city of Mexico. A good choice of entertainment for the whole family. The only bad thing is that is always packed and sometimes it is difficult to move in some areas
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  • Good for kids but if you have seen any other aquarium of repute then its quite underwhelming especially when you have to que for ages to get in. Some of the fish and reptiles seem abit stressed and tired in such small habitats, I'm not a marine biologist so I may be wrong. Yet again would be good for under 10's
  • Its a beautiful aquarium with lots of wildlife to show! Its in a relatively small building but they make it up by making it into 4 floors. The only downside is there's a looong line to get in
  • Being the biggest aquarium in Latin America, I had very high expectations. When I finally went I was disappointed considering the variety of species... not impressed. The ones I loved the most were the penguins. It's generally too crowded.
  • Purchase tickets in advance to avoid the long wait. It's a small aquarium and visiting the place will take you an hour or less. It's a cool place to visit on the weekends but don't go with high expectations.
  • A great place to visit along with the family !!
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