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All reviews local fish touch pool clams the owner sea life conger eel hermit crabs great for kids end of the season caught locally entry fee small crabs star fish hidden treasure good things come in small packages flat fish local waters
We’d got the ferry over from Polruan and spent a couple of hours in Fowey, had read the reviews of this place so knew what to expect! It is small and looking a little bit tired...however it was good fun and my two boys enjoyed...More
Small but good. Very compact aquarium complete with touch pool where people can get hands on with starfish and a couple of other little fish. They have a selection of native sealife such as wrasse, pollock, spider crabs, conger eels, dogfish and an octopus aswel...More
Popped in when it was raining and ended up staying a good hour maybe more.
Wasn't expecting it to be so good.
Lots of local sea creatures. Don't expect massive sharks etc it's more about the local coastline but I enjoyed it.
Came here today after searching for things to do in Fowey, It was one of the top ten and well with it. It may only be small but really great and hands on, the girl who was on duty was really informative and happy to...More
We arrived into Fowey just after midday and decided to have some lunch first, we wanted to visit the aquarium after but it had a "back after lunch" sign so we decided to wait for it to reopen. We assumed 2pm would be about right...More
We have visited Fowey a few times over the years , so have got to know it quite well . We always make a point of going to the little Aquarium , as apart from being really interesting , and always getting an unrushed tour...More
Visited today with my three year old daughter, partner and two dogs. What a brilliant little place. The girl there (Rebecca) was amazing with my little girl who had a million and one questions, which she answered them all for her. It’s a small aquarium...More