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SeaQuarium, Rhyl

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2.2/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
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  • We decided to take the children Haven for the weekend so we popped into Rhyl and took the children the aquarium, we had a lovely time even though you can walk around within an hour as it isn't very bi...  read more »
  • Really liked seeing the little sharks, the seals swimming and the jellyfish and going in the inside of a whale's body. 
  • We spent 2.5 hours gazing into the tanks trying to see the fish and crabs hiding. If you and your children enjoy sea pools then this is the attraction for you. If you are easily bored and spend your l...  read more »
  • There are quite a lot of interesting creatures, and the seal show is quite fun. It was sometimes hard to match the info cards to specific fish, also they're up high so I'm guessing it'd be hard for some people to read them. The people working there are good, the problems are with some exhibits, like lack of information which isn't their fault.
  • Very enjoyable visit, my toddler really liked the interaction and variety of fish. The only issue was we couldn't get to see the shark tunnel as it was full of people being given a talk and there was no room for our double buggy because of the bottleneck this had created. We'd gone round the rest at our pace so this was rather annoying, especially as we then had to go back through the whole aquarium again to get out.
  • After three visits with my kids age 12 13 15, I love this place. If you arrive early you get your hand stamped and can come and go freely all day unlike the sealife where you feel rushed through. The staff are helpful and informative and couldn't have given more time and attention to the kids. The shows are fab and we can't visit north Wales without wanting to visit the adorable Solo. Happy day out and my 12 year old wants to work there.
  • WTF???? That the only thing I can come up with?? It is smallest aquarium I have ever seen around with the shortest discovery tunnel I have ever seen. And it does cost £9.50 adult. Joke!!
  • I've never been there but it's small and the cafe has ribbish food and well overpriced for food like. But there is poor health and safety implementaion within the exhibit
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