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Antalya Aquarium, Antalya
(3.3/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
Antalya Aquarium features 40 thematic aquariums and one of the world's biggest tunnel aquariums. Journey through the exhibits, encountering poisonous and colorful species in the tropical reptile house, and then sail out on a virtual tour around the globe in the Ocean-ride X-D cinema. Cafes and restaurants on the terrace floor and near the entrance offer various refreshments. On the terrace floor, you can get a treatment by "doctor fishes." The aquarium arranges underwater pirate shows with mermaids for children, as well as occasional violin concerts. Take a look at our Antalya trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Antalya Aquarium and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The Oceanarium is interesting, but still loses compared to the Oceanarium in Lisbon and at Tenerife Loro Park. No large sharks. But it was interesting to observe malkami in General Aquarium and how the father cared about them.
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  • There's a lot of fish species in a very different place I think I have a photo ci expensive fee entry fee cost from satiyo, but it was nice
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  • great day out , but expensive, very well laid out back ground and tanks. worth a visit. in addition a is reptile world and interactive things for kids 
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  • This acquarium is uncomparable, no where near any counterpart else where around the world . On the day I visited, it was absolutely deserted except for few staffs in ticket counter. This empty place brought comfort that one could spend as much time watching agile fishes elegently moving around. With out doubt, observing colourful fishes and dreadful sharks move undisturbed by the crowd, is an absolute luxury. Despite hefty enterence fees, excited, all alone, to watch fishes move and to spend time in the under water tunnels. But the experience was otherwise. The enterence painted a saddened and dull outlook, which immediately grip and stop the visitor for a blink of a second. However excitments over rided and made to move ahead. Short lived excitement bottomed out, as Ill illuminated enclosures, strange odour, merky water with sparce school of scattered fishes coupled with lack of variety gave feeling of emptiness. Which, unavoidably, forced me out as quickly as I possibly could. Instead of rejuvuvating feeling, one would have definitely left the place saddened and worried about the fishes and other lives in there. I was left perplexed. Is this the way this acqarium maintained all the time ? or Was it a isolated day?
  • I would like to say sad, I am Turkish nationality person and I pay for entrance 12 dolar one person but backside of me foriegener people pays 35 $ after I ask to cashier woman why they need to pay like this, after cashier smiles and says you are Turkish they are foriegener ,,,,it's not justice, ,,,i dont like this position, ,, one years ago we had visited Italy nobody says to us you are foriegener or others ,so need to be check the rules on this aquarium for justice; )
  • Had a great time with my daughter, it is beautiful and very interesting design in aquariums bacground, as i also visited other aquariums i think in Antalya aquarium there is lack of variety of diferrent species of sea creatures, only one octopus ieg, but if you like ocean creatures it is worth visiting. Tunnel was really long and you have great 360 view of sea life. At 12:00 there is feeding time but we missed it, but we had chance to feed fish in koi pond my daughter loved it. Entrance is expensive though, specialy for kids..
  • Nice design, overall good experience. But could have more species and is cleaely overpriced ($35 adult entrance)
  • A must see place in Antalya. Especially it would be entertaining and informative for kids. Also grown-ups can easily pass their time.