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The Seaside Aquarium is a small privately owned aquarium. A family of harbor seals awaits you at the front entrance, which you can feed. Food may be purchased after paid admission. Inside we 35 glass front tanks, which feature marine life found...more
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This is a very old aquarium but it is worth the small admission just to feed the harbor seals. They are so interesting and each have their own personality for never being trained. If you pick up a seaside magazine you will find a coupon...More
This was our first trip to the aquarium, we enjoyed feeding the seals and watching their various tricks. The aquarium itself is small, but had several interesting tanks with plaques that described the contents.
We enjoyed the hands on aquarium, we wish there were more...More
Popped by the aquarium and bought a couple of feed trays. This where it starts to get good. These seals go nuts they clap, splash, flop around, jump, and more just to get the attention of whomever has food..Best part of the day, It was...More
We've been there before and feeding the trick-trained seals used to be fun until we realized that the seals aren't having fun at all. They're cramped into a tiny enclosure all day, subjected to all sorts of noisy tourists, (including bratty children) and when I...More
While stopping in Seaside for a short visit, we stopped in the aquarium for an hour or so. It is quite small, so it is easy see in a reasonable amount of time. The displays are easy to view and there is an interesting array...More
We love to visit zoos and aquariums. Every vacay includes them. We enjoyed the Seaside Aquarium. The fish are happy. The seals appear to love their job selling fish and the octopus are amazing. The only ding would be that the eels didn't appear to...More