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Adventure Aquarium, Camden

(3.4/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
In 19,000 sq m (200,000 sq ft) of space, Adventure Aquarium houses 8,500 animals and offers interactive activities. You can watch live shows, pet sharks, and meet hippos nose-to-nose. See one of the rarest and largest sharks--the hammerhead shark--as well as 25 other kinds of sharks and 850 other creatures swimming around you in a suspended tank with a 12 m (40 ft) tunnel. Make reservations in advance for a chance to swim with sharks. The aquarium also has a 4-D theater and numerous educational activities for children. To visit Adventure Aquarium on your holiday in Camden, and find out what else Camden has to offer, use our Camden travel itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We went there on a Sunday and it was very crowded. But kids had so much fun! Touching stingrays and sharks were amazing! 
  • My daughter, who's 14, went to the aquarium because she really wanted to see the hippos and sharks. It is a cool aquarium but the exhibits are geared more toward younger kids and preteens. They have t...  more »
  • Kids had off day at school and we decided to go there. We visit aquarium once or twice each year. It is small place, but has nice fish. Has interesting bridge across shark pool. In a morning it is not...  more »
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  • Great place to go see and touch some sea life. My one BIG complaint was about two exhibits. Penguins and Hippos. They are in dirty tiny areas and the Hippos didn't look happy (Not that I know what a happy hippo looks like, but I am pretty sure it's not these two). Was a blow back to zoo's of the 50's as far as those two exhibits are concerned. My real question about those two is what do they have to do with a Aquarium anyway? Both are better in Zoo's where they would have more room and be better taken care of. (I am sure the staff is doing the best they can) Whoever runs this place needs to make that space into something more relevant to a aquarium. But the rest of the exhibits were good, especially the Rays.
  • Great place for a afternoon of aquatic fun. Is one of the only places that I know that has hippopotamuses. Amongst an array of other search life. It also has a petting area for stingrays and a cafeteria where you can grab a bite to eat prices are reasonable and plenty of parking.
  • My daughter and I have been members for two years, and just renewed for our third. WE LOVE COMING TO THE AQUARIUM!! It is the perfect size for a day trip for us. Keep up the awesome work!!
  • Highly recommended. The aquarium is well laid out and provides enough space to linger at the exhibits, even when a crowd is present. The staff is friendly and the interactivity of the exhibits is awesome! Touch a manta ray, feed a penguin, walk through the shark tunnel, have a great time!
  • This place is great! You can do it all in about 2 hours. You can bring your own food. Lots to see and great fit kids of all ages. It is a bit pricey for a family but well worth the adventure one or twice a year.