Discover a South American rainforest filled with monkeys, colorful toucans, crocodiles, manatees and otters. The aquarium ... More
The Dallas World Aquarium
Discover a South American rainforest filled with monkeys, colorful toucans, crocodiles, manatees and otters. The aquarium portion of this popular attraction features 85,000 gallons (321,760 liters) of saltwater containing marine life from around the world. Giant turaco, Three-toed sloths, Weedy and Ribbon sea dragons are but a few of the intriguing animals on display. An outdoor lagoon-like exhibit features Black-footed penguins.
My husband and I had a blast! The flow of the tour was very open and wonderful. It's not just another aquarium-and trust me, we've seen them all-this one rocks!!!!
Watch out for the flying monkeys!!!!!
Included the aquarium as part of a trip to Six Flags from NM, but was very disappointed. Way to costly almost 50 dollars to enter for me and 3 children. It was crowded- MANY school groups, out of control!! It was pretty small and hot. My children enjoyed it more than I did, but not much. You will have to pay to park. I enjoyed the Wax Museum in Grand Prairie more.
Dallas World Aquarium was completely worth the entrance fee. It took us 2 hours to walk through it once. We ended up spending 4 hours and walking through twice and saw many things on the second trip through that we missed on the first.
The name Aquarium doesn't really fit this one, there are lots of fish, but there are also monkies, birds, an aligator, large cats etc. A must see place for nature lovers. One of the best places I've been in my 20 years of living in Dallas.
Way overpriced. I had sticker shock when I walked up to the ticket counter. I was with a child though who was excited about going to the aquarium, so I couldn't back out. Once inside, the aquarium and animals are nice, but it was wall-to-wall screaming kids the day I went. Expect to get run over by a few strollers. Not exactly a great place to commune with nature. So if you can afford it and like lots of kids, then I would recommend it.
This is my favorite aquarium I've ever been to. I've been three times in the past couple of years and still love it! You start out walking through a rainforest with animals all around you and end up in an aquarium with a lot of beautiful animals and fish. There are good restaurants inside as well. The jaguar at the end takes my breath away every time!
In a city that keeps expanding, I am happy to have found out where all the trees and wild life have gone. I never relized what that old building contained and was amazed when I finally decided to visit.
We have visited twice and can't wait for another excuse to return. It is worth a 3 hour drive from Oklahoma just to visit. There is always something new to see. We have even given our adult children gift certificates to visit and they have had wonderful times. We are excited to take our new granddaughter there as well.
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