Start at the top of a raging river and then delve beneath the surface to discover all the life that teems within. It is all a ... More
Start at the top of a raging river and then delve beneath the surface to discover all the life that teems within. It is all a part of the experience of the world's largest freshwater aquarium. Within the 12-story structure, you will see birds, snakes, river otters and turtles in their natural habitats, and fish indigenous to the Tennessee River. Special exhibits include the Gulf of Mexico showcase of fierce sharks and jellyfish exhibit: "Jellies: Phantoms of the Deep." Admission charges are: $17.95 adult; $9.50 children. Discounts and package rates are also available. Call or visit web site for details.
It's a great place to visit and learn from!!! Plus they have a lot to offer and see, the price is reasonable, and I enjoyed the experience greatly. I would offer this advose take the kids, and the little woman...you could gain closeness with a family....
I like this place beacuse when I got in I was having fun already at the entrance and I really had a lot of fun through out the day!!! I recommend for everyone that likes to have fun to go to this aquarium.
The part we saw was ok but I paid almost fifty dollars for tickets to find out several days later there were two different buildings. I took my grandchildren and no one explained there were two different buidings to see. They were looking forward to the butterflies which we didn't find. I have told a lot of people how horrible it was before I found out we missed half of it. I knew there were two ends to the tickets but I thought it was for the movie. You need to be sure people understand how things work. I have told others to go to Gatlingburg which I thoughly enjoyed. I hope you improve this for visitors.
I enjoyed the aquarium. It was very interesting and educational.
I did not like the flow of traffic at each attraction. Some people would not move so that others would have the same opportunity to view an attraction. Other than that I really enjoyed myself and look forward to bringing my son.
I went here last summer and it was spectacluer! It was the best thing we went to all day. The aquatic wildlife were very interactive also. I would recomend this place to anyone and I can not wait to go back this summer.
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