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We had purchased the Houston city pass and the Aquarium is part of the deal.
I'm glad I did not pay for it on its own. We visited on a Sunday after a Houston Astros Baseball game.
We had walked around the Aquarium exhibits and...More
The main aquarium was awesome! Toured it on a week day afternoon, wasn't packed!! We took our time going through it. In your admission you choose one of the exhibits to see (sting ray or sharks) or pay for both... Wish the information was in...More
We've lived almost 9 years in Houston and never been here! I saw a note in a mom's forum for buy one get one free all day- everything included pass for Saturdays in September. We have a free Saturday so myself and daughter went.
We paid for the all day bands and felt like it was worth the money. We rode the train, ferris wheel, carousel, went to the stingray reef and the aquarium exhibit. There were more rides included, but we were there with our 1 year old...More
This park appears smaller than most aquariums, but once you enter, you will be surprised in a good way. There is a beautiful indoor White Tiger exhibit. There is also a train ride that takes you to large tank housing various shark species. One saw...More
I did not see lockers but if you are just talking about your carry on bag, I would think you could leave it at the check in desk. It is to the right as soon as you walk in the door. I have called them with questions before... More
I did not see lockers but if you are just talking about your carry on bag, I would think you could leave it at the check in desk. It is to the right as soon as you walk in the door. I have called them with questions before and they are always helpful.