Visited with 3 children in half term. The aquarium is great with lots of great exhibits. It took about 2 hours to go round which was enough for the children, but if you live local you can go back again which we definitely will as they will like to visit again. It was busy but you could still get to... 更多
I attended the aqua lab session, part of the Wild about Plymouth session, with my children 9 & 13. We found the staff running the session really knowledgable and the mix of hands on activity and talk was good. Both my children got involved and really enjoyed investigating the 'slime' they made. We took advantage of looking around the aquarium... 更多
Visited here with my family today. Very busy with young families as it is half term holiday. Haven't been here for a few years and not a lot has changed. Just the cost to get in. Over £47 for 3 of us. Very noisy where ever we went. Lots to see but often pushed out of the way by marauding,... 更多
I arrived at the aquarium yesterday to see a fairly long queue waiting for admission, I went to the usual fast track door as I already had my annual pass. On enquiring if I could enter the officious young woman on the desk said I had to go to the back of the queue! I said," That's ridiculous I already... 更多
Visited with partner and six year old grandchild. Very good displays with ample descriptive information. The Waves Cafe is spacious and has a good variety of snacks and drinks. A souvenir shop is attached with the usual type of goodies.
We found it quite expensive to get in (£43 for family of 3) and £9 to park for the day however there is plenty to see and do and we spent most of the day there. There are lots of demonstrations, the dive show and little miss squishy being our favourites. Would be great to have microphones for the smaller... 更多
I'd rate this aquarium better than the one on the South bank in London. Plymouth University has a well-regarded marine biology faculty, and I think they cooperate with the aquatium. Well worth a visit.