We went a number of years ago and was Luke warm on the tour. We went again this year and enjoyed it so much based on the knowledge and enthusiasm of guide. As we are about 8?years older now, found the numbers of stairs a bit more challenging. It has now been taken over by Univ of Arizona which has... 更多
The whole concept and history of the site is very interesting, but our tour guide lack any sort of enthusiasm or group skills. Glad I went, but would not go back.
I will keep this short. This place has no real purpose. I happened to visit this place because we were travelling as a group of 4 families and one of our family members had bought a groupon to visit this place. Nevertheless, the staff was extremely courteous but not very knowledgeable. The name is very fancy but it's unbelievable on... 更多
Even though we didn't really know what to expect, we had a great trip. We were a bit afraid that much of the information was way above our head as neither environmental studies or biology is very much our main fields of interest, but I felt that the tour was very informative. The tour guide was really nice and had... 更多
The University of Arizona is doing a great job of getting this place up and running. I'm sure funding controls the speed in which the facility begins future programs. Its clean but the facilities exhibits are in poor shape and the entry fee is very expensive for what you get. After saying all this I'm going to keep watching this... 更多
We walked up to the building and a tour was being given near the front doors. Before we even got near the doors the tour guide stopped talking mid-sentence and very rudely told us to go inside so we didn't hear one word of the tour without paying for it. So we went and looked around the gift shop reading... 更多
The complex is 3.14 acres with 4 main large science buildings. There are five different natural environments. We took a guided tour that lasted 2.5 hours and was very good. It made for a long day but a visit to this complex is highly recommended.