Used Tesco clubcard vouchers to buy tickets. One way system in place which means you can't go back to any of the aquariums you like. Highlight was the tunnel with the turtle, but be prepared to queue.Some lovely aquariums but it feels a bit dated.Prices in gift shop seem reasonable.
Bournemouth Aquarium is a large-scale aquarium. The indoor lighting is not particularly bright and the photo effects are not good. It is still a very romantic place to enjoy the beauty of fish with your eyes.
The aquarium located by the beach is very close to the most lively square. It may be that the museum is not even open to the public due to winter, but the beach at the door has a long-lost quiet feeling.
The scale of the entire aquarium is also very small. The square at the entrance will have lights similar to a dance hall at night, which may be very lively in summer.
The large aquarium can see many tropical fish that are rarely seen in ordinary times.
The Bournemouth Aquarium is not too big from the outside, but the building is quite beautiful. There are many small shops and restaurants around it, making it Bournemouth's most lively seaside sightseeing and entertainment spot. After reading the introduction of the aquarium, I feel that I have seen the marine life in other places, there is nothing special, plus the entrance fee is 18 pounds, some are expensive, so I did not go in.