Tag Archive: Aquarium

Apr 06

National Park Aquarium: Hot Springs

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Located in historic Hot Springs Arkansas, the National Park Aquarium provided the perfect little distraction for my little girl.  She is a trooper when it comes to our family vacations.  But children can only take so much of historic buildings, overlooks, and hiking trails.  The National Park Aquarium provided just enough variety and excitement to …

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Apr 27

Great Aquarium Exhibit: Orinoco Rainforest

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The Dallas World Aquarium is one of our favorite aquariums that we have ever visited.  A chief reason for our fond feelings for the aquarium is because of their wonderful Orinoco Rainforest exhibit.  This large exhibit is one of the main attractions of the Aquarium.  While it feels like half of the aquarium is dedicated …

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Mar 23

Children’s Aquarium: Perfect for the Wee Ones

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The Children’s Aquarium in Dallas was one of the highlights of our spring break Texas trip because our little 2 year old loved the place.  Seeing her face light up at the different aquarium tanks as she ran from spot to spot makes the trials of a road trip with a 2 wee ones worth …

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May 24

Tennessee Aquarium

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The Tennessee Aquarium offers a top notch aquarium experience that should not be missed if you ever find yourself in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  My wife and I were a little hesitant about visiting the Tennessee Aquarium because we had just shelled out so much money to see the very well done Georgia Aquarium.  After discussing and …

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Apr 10

Georgia Aquarium: A Whale of a Good Time

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Getting the chance to see the Georgia Aquarium along with seeing giant panda cubs at the Atlanta Zoo were the two main reasons we took a family holiday to the Atlanta area.  While the Georgia Aquarium did not disappoint the rather steep price of a ticket took away some of the excitement of visiting one …

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Jan 06

Sea Life Aquarium Kansas City:

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Sea Life Aquarium Kansas City is one of 40 Sea Life Aquariums found throughout the world.  We had never been to a Sea Life Brand Aquarium before and though it is not the best aquarium we have ever been to it was still an enjoyable visit.  The aquarium is located in Crown Plaza, a shopping …

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Jul 25

Great Zoo Exhibit: Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium

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Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium: Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium The Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium is one of the many key exhibits located in Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha, Nebraska.  This aquarium first opened its doors in 1995 and just went under an extensive remodeling in 2012.  The Scott Kingdom of the …

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Apr 20

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas: Perfect Rainy Day Adventure

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The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas was the perfect place for Karen and I get out of the rain while we were in New Orleans.  When planning our trip we knew that we wanted to see the local zoo and after finding out what the price of admission was we figured it was in our …

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Sep 19

Oklahoma Aquarium: Bringing the Ocean to the Plains

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Oklahoma Aquarium is located in Jenks Oklahoma which is a suburb of Tulsa in the northeastern part of the state.  The Aquarium is a nice size and the only one in that part of the country.  There are close to 200 exhibits/tanks filled with around a thousand sea creatures including a variety of fish, invertebrates, …

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May 04

Albuquerque Aquarium: Big Fish in a Mountain Pond

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The Albuquerque Aquarium is just one of three attractions that make up the ABQ BioPark, which in my opinion is the best value for what you get in it’s three attractions in the city.  You can read more about the BioPark by clicking here.  While it is definitely not the biggest aquarium that I have …

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