This aquarium is pretty small. Takes about 1 hour to go through. All inside except a seal area outside and an area where you can touch small crabs. $12 to enter.
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About Waikiki Aquarium
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Waikiki Aquarium is located on the oceanfront of the Queen's Surf Beach in the Kapiolani Park. It is administered by the University of Hawaii since 1919. It is the second oldest public aquarium in the United States. The Aquarium showcases more than 500 marine species,...More
The aquarium is showing its age. The tanks are fairly confined, but it filled an hour or so. Quite liked seeing the jelly fish close-up in a tank.
As always the local aquarium delivers. Vibrant exhibits and informative story boards. Never miss a chance to visit an aquarium while I'm on holiday and this one doesn't disappoint.
End your Zoo visit with a walk over to the Aquarium, you can probably do both in a couple of hours with a meal break.
While the aquarium is one of the smallest I have ever been to, it was worth the visit...not $12, but it goes for a good cause. There was sea life I saw at the aquarium that I have not seen before so definitely a learning...More
I took ,u 4 yr old here during out visit and he loved it. It is on the small side, but was a nice break from the beach. They have HumHumu fish, which he was excited to see, and a seal, apart from that just...More
The aquarium is one of the nicest aquariums that I have been to. The displays were increadible, maintained with care, and very clean. I was there in 2015 and would recommend as a must see on the island.