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Children's Aquarium at Fair Park, Dallas

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • Part of a short "adventure" trip for grandchildren. Excellent experience for a minimal price. Only downside is the long walk from (free) parking area. Helpful, friendly staff.wonderful exhibits. Oppor...  read more »
  • It was perfect for my 1 year old grandson. Most things are in view from a stroller! There was lots of movement in most of the displays so he could spot the various specimens. It is a VERY small exhibi...  read more »
  • Took our little ones here for a family vacation, and they really enjoyed themselves as did my boyfriend and his brother. The aquarium can be a bit confusing to locate because it is on the State Fair p...  read more »
  • My family and I love this place! My boys favorite thing to do is feed the sting rays. It's not a huge aquarium but there is plenty to look at and touch. The staff is friendly and very knowledgable, prices are affordable, and if you want more to do go next door for the butterfly exhibit.
  • Love this place. I was visiting with my husband's family and my children and I wanted to get out and go do a few things and we found this little gem. They had fish and creatures I never knew existed. The stingray exhibit was so cool. Then we go to watch then feed the sharks and sea turtle. They gave you information on all the fish and sea turtles they were feeding and happily answered all other questions about the other wildlife they had there.
  • I am from Kentucky and we currently live in Round Rock. We travel to Dallas from time to time. I was a little dissapointed at most of the museums/aquariums in Texas. Everything is supposed to be bigger in Texas, I guess they forgot about tourist attractions. I believe it was $8 per person to get in and it wasn't worth it. Not even big enough to kill time. We were in and out in 30 mins. The sting ray exhibit was cool, you can touch them if you want.
  • My kids absolutely loved the aquarium. It was pretty crowded when we went though. I think they should limit the amount of people in each area so people aren't shoving to get through.
  • I wouldn't waste another dime at this place! Very small and staff was very disrespectful to my class of 5yr olds.
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