The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is also a good place to appreciate. The aquarium has a rich variety of animals and plants for water life. It is also quite unique to appreciate the natural landscape here. It integrates some visits to many museums. Something oh.
Compared to many others, this is not a large aquarium, but it is very good. Exhibitions have always been a top priority. The flow is large. IMAX is add-on, of course it gives a magical experience. The only problem I experienced in IMAX was that the stairs were too steep to the elderly or children.
Before I went, I read the page on the appropriate time to avoid school field visits. It is easy to pass the exhibition during lunch time. I visited the aquarium after the hurricane and this was my first time back. Lots of fish and things to see. There is a touch room where you can touch something. The underwater area is huge, with big fish swimming everywhere. If you buy a combined ticket, an aquarium or a zoo or an insect museum, you can save some money. If you don't use it that day, each ticket can be used within one year. Adjacent places have enough paid parking lots. It's on the banks of the Mississippi River, so you can watch the big boat passing by.
We got it on a Saturday afternoon and there are many families with children. This is really a small aquarium with a restaurant inside. Here is a good choice, you can see a lot of marine life.
It is much more interesting than I expected. You can see different types of aquatic life here and makes it worth the admission fee.
it is not as big as i expected and a bit expensive. But still worth a visit
A big and nice museum to go with family, kids will definitely like it.