This is an affordable aquarium to visit. We were greeted by a wonderful young lady that explained the touch pool and the critters that were in it. The gator was entertaining to watch and learn about. Yes, it's tank is small but they have broke ground on their new facility, not sure the time frame but hope the next time we are in town it will be opened. Snake show was interesting for kids of all ages. Beautiful python. about 14 feet and 100 pounds, came out to "play". If you wanted you could help return it to her home by helping the owner. We wondered to the back of the aquarium to see the tanks that held sharks and the other had string rays. You could purchase food to feed these beautiful creatures. In the large tank were sharks, Tarpon, and a large grouper among other smaller fish. The diver went in the water to feed and swim with the sharks. The grouper also got it's share and was fun to watch. Shrimp was fed to some of the fish and it was amazing how fast they move to get their share. Baby gator came out to visit and you could have a photo opt while you held it. Really enjoyed this aquarium, yes, it is small but senior admission was $7. and we felt it was a real bargain at that price. Will be back in a couple of years and will visit again. There is also a kids area with a bouncy cage and other things to entertain them. Your admission is good for the day, so we left and had lunch then returned to see the baby gator.
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