This aquarium is neither small nor big. It took us 3 hours to go around and read everything we needed. There are many activities beyond our imagination that can be tried in person, such as touching a devil fish or starfish. And it's all free. Considering that the things that the aquarium can show us are indeed limited, the price is still relatively expensive. But the whole experience is still very fun.
I personally think that the $35 ticket is fair. Here you can touch the bull-nosed ray or even the shark (sorry I forgot his name), stick to the glass to see the hippo clearly, and experience the Shark Bridge. By the way, here I realized my dream of seeing a living hammerhead shark.
Figure 1 The terrifying jawbone is the most famous shark, the great white shark
Picture two is the hippo
Picture three is my dream, the hammerhead shark
Picture four is some kind of pipe mouth fish
Picture 5 is the famous American game fishing, Tarpon, which is honored as the Silver King by anglers for its outstanding endurance and challenge.
The last one is the ox-nosed ray touch pool, my favorite exhibit (showroom)
The aquarium is just off the street in Philadelphia. There are many historical buildings and the scenery is good. It is opposite the coastline and parks. The aquarium has many good viewing places, and the huge tunnel can see a lot of fish.
We had an amazing time! Fun for all ages!
Camton Adventure Aquarium is also worth visiting. The aquarium has a very good history. There are many tourists who come here to visit. It is very suitable for a slow visit and it is also very fun.
We enjoyed our time in this aquarium. There are many exhibitions here, and children can learn a lot of knowledge and get rich experiences. Certain performances are great. Let people touch the stingray. The underwater shark tunnel is so handsome. This is a place suitable for families to play. Should not be missed.