Aquarium Of The Pacific, Los Angeles
About Aquarium Of The Pacific, Los Angeles
Aquarium Of The Pacific, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States
Ticket Price: 30 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Aquarium of the Pacific is most definitely one of the best attractions to visit in Los Angeles with your kids. Located in Long Beach, this place has all sorts of activities to keep your kids amused for an entire day. The best time to visit this attraction is spring with different activities planned for different days. It has various unique programs such as music inspiration taken from sea jellies, or animal activities to entertain the animals as well as keep the family close together for a long day here.
Aquarium Of The Pacific Information
- Discounts are offered for groups of ten or more people.
- You can buy tickets online.
Aquarium Of The Pacific Ticket Prices
- Adult - $29.95
- Children (3 -11 years) - $17.95
- Senior (62+) –$26.95
- For other ticket details – visit the official website.
Aquarium Of The Pacific Opening and Closing Hours
- Closed on Grand Prix of Long Beach (15th,16th and 17th April, 2016).
How To reach Aquarium Of The Pacific by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Aquarium of the Pacific NE
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This is truly a fantastic aquarium. My boyfriend and I went here for a day and were pleased with our experience. There are several touch tanks for those who want to interact with the fish, beautiful, well thought out exhibits featuring a huge variety of different fish, and my favorite, the interactive parrot walk through. You can go and have little parrots just land on you - it's so much fun. The staff were very knowledgeable and kind and the facility was clean and well-maintained. I recommend paying the extra few dollars to do the harbor cruise as well. It's overall a really great time.
I love coming here! The exhibits are great for both adults and children. Information is provided to every exhibit, they have a section outside which is a nice change of environment. The only problem I had, was that they have grown in popularity and it gets overly crowded everywhere. Definitely not enough space for adults to enjoy the exhibit, if they are coming to learn and take their time. This is unfortunate especially on the weekends as it is hard to move through literally squeezing though families and strollers to move to the next exhibit. I'd advise adults without children to arrive extra early or attend during the weekdays as the walk ways are LITERALLY flooded with families. If you have kids however, this is a great place to take them!! Bring comfortable shoes for yourself and the little ones, try to keep them with you. It's easy to lose a child with all the chaos.
This is a really nice place. Lots of things to see here. It is the best aquarium I've been to. If you like aquariums and you live in the area the yearly pass is a great deal, you can visit through the year for a decent price. There's a gift shop with a lot of cool things.
Great family activity for reasonable price. Don't plan on eating there, it gets busy and service is slow, food not great. Eat at one of the many restaurants nearby. Kids love to play in the outdoor play area, with water streams to cool off and animal figures to climb on. If you have time, you can also get a Queen Mary ticket with your Aquarium ticket for a discount. They're right next to each other and parking is good for the day.
Sunday my Husband and I took a very long road trip to see this Aquarium, somewhere we had been wanting to go for years. We were incredibly let down and it was all due to staff. First, we visited the Cafe and although the food was good the tables were not being kept clean. We didn't complain and sat at a dirty table and ate. Second, we asked a couple of men for a map as they were in a conversation and they ignored us and then treated us as if we were bothering them. They didn't tell us where to find a map but pointed us to the outdoor shop. Third, while viewing the birds staff had failed to inform us of what we could and couldn't do, but instead a woman yelled at me YES yelled at me for getting too close to the birds. Lastly, we wanted to bring something home in memory of our trip that we had wanted to go on for a long time, so we went to the gift shop on our way out. I had asked staff members (four) while they were behind the counter talking, how much a necklace on display would cost me. They as well acted bothered and told me they would get back to me. I stood and watched as no one searched for a price nor got back to me. I gave up and began looking at other items and only two feet away in plain sight was the necklaces of the same type with price tags. I went back and asked if they found a price for the necklace and they said that it was the last one of its kind and they were sold out (a lie). I pointed at the necklaces behind them in grabbing distance and they were so embarrassed they didn't reply. This was the biggest disappoint, and sorry for the long story but I wouldn't want anyone making the mistake we did.
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