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The adventure at The Dallas World Aquarium begins at the top of the rainforest exhibit, where exotic birds, such as Cocks-of-the-rock and many species of toucans, can be seen. Lounging around are Two-toed and Three-toed sloths. Endangered animals...more
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We shouldn’t have come on a Saturday but we had no choice. Unfortunately that meant it was extremely busy and you had to wait in a line to get in, get tickets, and then wait in line to move around through the museum. It was...More
A lot of fun ... it was heavy rain and out walk up the entry got our jeans and shoes and socks completely soaked. Had to buy one of the boys a new t shirt in the gift shop because he was soaked. Learned there...More
On a rainy Saturday afternoon with our state fair plans put on hold due to weather, we (4 adults in our 20s) thought the aquarium seemed like a fun activity. Overall, we easily could have saved the $23 each and pursued something else. This is...More
The glass on all the tanks are filthy. The aquarium doesn’t flow well. We kept asking where things were then back tracked. Some of the reptiles were in tanks that seemed too small. There was an eel about 2’ long that was in a tank...More
An aquarium AND a “zoo.” Lots of animals, birds, insects and snakes, in addition to the aquarium. Nice jungle type setting with easy-to-walk paths. Everything is wheelchair accessible.
Interesting exhibits and explanatory signs. Gift shops, cafes and snack bars.
In summary is not in optimal conditions. Looks dull, neglected and some animals are too passive, maybe bored?
Pros: The tank of different shark species is beautiful. Excellent tunnel design that you can see over your head. The beige crocodile Is beautiful and huge. Many...More
The first thing you see as you enter is birds in very small cages. I enjoyed seeing all the birds, animals and marine animals, but the venue is so small. Definitely would rate it as an indoor zoo more than an aquarium.
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As soon as I walked toward the entrance of this building, I knew this was going to be something special. The walkway transforms Dallas into a rain-forest and many birds and animals can be viewed even before you enter the building. The exhibits encompass so...More