Two Oceans AquariumCurrently Closed
- Address: Dock Road, Cape Town 8002, South Africa
- Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 27-214183823
- Ticket Price: 118 ZAR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Aquarium, Family And Kids
Two Oceans Aquarium - Review
The Two Ocean’s Aquarium is a great place to hang out with your family when in Cape Town. The Aquarium is very well equipped with displays of a large variety of oceanic life. Moreover, the place is dedicated to conservation and sustainable activities. The museum is proud of its smaller carbon footprint that sets it apart from many others.
If you love nature, you will surely love a walk around this place and learn more about marine life that we rarely get to see. If you dare to you can even try SCUBA diving. But this isn’t just any Scuba diving place. In the aquarium you dive with the sharks. Another interesting activity you can do here is Penguin feeding. These lovely creatures are sure to delight you. Don’t miss the Klipvis exhibit either. These rare fish are rarely found anywhere but in this region. The Aquarium is a wonderful place where you can learn a lot while having great fun.
A great place to spend the day out in Cape Town, the Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the city’s most visited attractions. A good idea is to buy tickets for Two Oceans Aquarium well in advance. Two Oceans Aquarium Tickets are uniformly standard. Tickets for Two Oceans Aquarium cane be availed on site or for some great deals on Two Oceans Aquarium ticket prices check out our tickets section. A place where you can even get some scuba diving lessons, you must Book tickets for Two Oceans Aquarium now! Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Cape Town itinerary 2 days.
How To reach Two Oceans Aquarium by Public Transport
- Dock Road
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- Food Market on the Wharf
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Things to Know Before Visiting Two Oceans Aquarium
95% of people who visit Cape Town include Two Oceans Aquarium in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
61.82% of people start their Two Oceans Aquarium visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Two Oceans Aquarium
94.01% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Two Oceans Aquarium
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Two Oceans Aquarium, Cape Town Reviews
Lovely place to take kids for an outing or to visit with friends. They have recently updated some of the exhibitions, and even have musical performances by the tanks now. The fish are well cared for, and many volunteers are around to help if necessary. There are also some touch areas for children to see seaweed and sea anemones, penguin feedings and seal feedings. I remember loving my trips to the aquarium as a kid. There are also many restaurants in walking distance, as well as permanent food and craft markets.
Wow, what a great experience, so much to see and so little time. It was great entertainment for the kids,and felt quite safe. The variety is great and there are so many interactive activities and demonstrations. They even take very good pictures of your family and you can buy it, which is quite pricey, but it is well worth it as you get quite a few pictures that are very professionally taken with a cute background and it comes in different sizes, in a cute booklet with stickers for the kids. The muffins and coffee there is absolutely a must try, and we managed to catch a feeding demonstration which is scheduled and advertised, see the boards at the aquarium. And it was also very nice and entertaining. A day well spent. Make sure you have enough time and that you take a Camara with.
The best visit with my toddler! There are so many fantastic displays (a good number of interactive displays too) and they're beautifully kept. Make note of the feeding times in the predator tank and the penguins and get there with some time to spare. Seating and standing space gets crowded quite quickly regardless of the season it seems.
Stunning and informative compilation of displays that are changed from time to time. There is a touch-display area and various learning stations including microscope views and videos. The kids area on the lower level has puppet shows and various craft activities to keep the little ones entertained while the parents catch their breath! The I&J Ocean Exhibit is set in a coffee lounge area which is relaxing to watch while having a cuppa and some cake. The Predator Exhibit near the end has some Ragged Tooth Sharks - causing you to finish your tour of the aquarium with a bang!
A very nice aquarium with lot of species, most of them are fishes. There are sharks in the aquarium. There is a bar and lot of sitting space. There is an entry fees, but I am not sure. The place is best for children. I have been to there in the morning not sure about the outside environment or any other facilities.