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We didn’t pay full price thankfully, I think the admission is a bit steep and if we had not had discounted tickets from our hotel we most likely would not have gone. However, it is a fabulous aquarium we completely enjoyed it. It’s very clean...More
The Visitor Center at the convention center informed me that after noon admission to the aquarium was only $9 with my conference badge. Good deal. They said to allow at least one hour. Easy ride on the free Passport bus. While I enjoyed the exhibits...More
Many exhibits, lots to see, stuff to touch, great time. We took our 3 year old and she was "in her depth" with all the stuff to see and do. Plan on at least a couple of hours. They offer a military discount also which...More
Fantastic place to get in touch with yourself , your family and nature. One day in paradise. Can get a ship cruse if get bored by marine animals. Otherwise it is fantastic. So much money and human energy put in that place. Wow.
Crowded with lots of kids and families on a Sunday afternoon, no problem, I get that, but no one around to keep kids from climbing everywhere and stroller city prohibiting others from viewing and little people running around, so not an easy experience, but OK,...More
Best aquarium in Southern California. Such a memorable experience! Highly Recommended for all ages to visit. Great activities, animal interaction. The aquarium is very well done, well laid out and informative. Plenty of food options in the property and surrounding areas.
We thoroughly enjoyed all the displays, from mini jelly fish and seahorses to sea otters and penguins.The shows at feeding time for the otters, harbor seals and sea lions are great fun. Best to arrive at opening time to avoid crowds. While I think it's...More
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Harbor Breeze Cruises, which operates next to the Aquarium, offers multiple whale watches daily, and is open almost every day. On very rare occasions they cancel due to weather or rough seas, but those times are few and far... More
Harbor Breeze Cruises, which operates next to the Aquarium, offers multiple whale watches daily, and is open almost every day. On very rare occasions they cancel due to weather or rough seas, but those times are few and far between. All of these cruises have an Aquarium staffer on board to give you expert commentary on the wildlife you see. Info about combo tickets are available at Aquarium website. Go to ticket information, and on the lefthand side is a panel listing all of the available ticket combinations.
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Actually, the city of Long Beach has a FREE "Passport bus service" that circulates to the tourist areas and downtown shopping.THere is a stop close to the Carnival cruise terminal, which is by the Queen Mary, and stops at... More
Actually, the city of Long Beach has a FREE "Passport bus service" that circulates to the tourist areas and downtown shopping.THere is a stop close to the Carnival cruise terminal, which is by the Queen Mary, and stops at the Aquarium of the Pacific. It runs every 15 to 30 minutes. You can find the schedule and stops online, justsearch for the Long Beach Passport Bus.