Known as Niagara's "Other Water Wonder", this aquarium presents an ongoing display of fish and aquatic life from the...
moreKnown as Niagara's "Other Water Wonder", this aquarium presents an ongoing display of fish and aquatic life from the Great Lakes to the Coral Reef. There are almost 2,000 species ranging from sharks and California sea lions to Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Originally known as the "First Inland Oceanarium" when it opened 30 years ago, the aquarium has grown to over 50 exhibits. Visitors stop to watch the marine demonstrations at 90-minute intervals.less
I would love to visit but EVERY time I try just looking at the website, a pop up requiring an email address is there. If I’m just looking for information I should not be forced into giving my email to...more
Add this to your itinerary y'all! Such a great to-do. Two adults, 30$. There was a sign instructing guests how to pay the parking fee in advance, 5$ for the duration of your visit. During our visit...more