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After 33 years the marine aquarium has closed and the building is under new stewardship, it is now a Reptilarium and houses an exhibit of live reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates, the four rooms have been converted into themed biomes including a desert room, rainforest room,...More
Visited this Aquarium on holiday with my ex boyfriend last year (2015), it's very small and quite a lot of money considering. The fish were really cool though it just needs a refurbishment and more tanks to be worth wile. Enjoyed our visit however.
Intelligent people loved this small but very specialist aquarium, with mainly UK specimens, rather than exotic creatures from other shores. For those who have a love of UK nature and wanted to find out about the hidden ecology off the Island, it was the ideal...More
We recently visited the aquarium whilst on holiday. It cost us £7 to get in for 2 adults the baby was free. It has a range of sea creatures and mostly found off the shores of the island itself. Be warned its small it takes...More