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Explore the Waters of the World at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the base of the CN Tower, the aquarium is Toronto's must-see attraction for tourists and locals of all ages. Immerse yourself in a world of...more
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This is one of the best aquariums I have been to in a long time! There were 7 of us and it was great
The moving sidewalk through the sharks is awesome!!!
I only wish that there had of been more staff around to answer...More
Very nice building and lots to see. Very educational and interesting but not $40 per person worth of it. Missed lots do to a lot of people there but will not pay $40 again to see the rest. At $15- $18 per person maybe.
This is not a cheap visit, but definitely worth every penny. The aquarium is large but not overwhelming, the showcase tanks were enormous and very well presented. There was a big Northern Oceans tank where I was proud to see my Canadian fish are easily...More
The Ripley's Aquarium offers a lot of different fish and other sea animals. We were able to see turtles, sharks amongst other things.
Definitely a nice place to bring your family or to spend a few hours during a rainy day.
This aquarium is just wonderful. I enjoyed every single moment. They have so many beautiful creatures of various sizes in so many tanks. You'll see so much from little crabs through big fish up until huge sharks and rays. And you learn so much. You...More
Yes, and there are elevators as well. The only time we found it difficult was as you go through the place you are actually going down on a slight angle to the bottom. It is not sharp, but I did find it difficult in a few... More
Yes, and there are elevators as well. The only time we found it difficult was as you go through the place you are actually going down on a slight angle to the bottom. It is not sharp, but I did find it difficult in a few places to hold my wheelchair and keep it from going down the ramps to fast. Also getting back up ramps on the other side was hard on my husband and me.