Was told not to go to this place as it was expensive and very short to go around but went on a wet day and thought it was good lots to see and staff very pleasant in knowing there fish etc
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About Galway Atlantaquaria
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Took 3 kids here, aged 8,4,2 and they all enjoyed it. It's not very big so you wouldn't spend a lot of time in it, but they had a touching and feeding session which the kids liked.
As an adult taking a day trip to the aquarium in Salthill, I was very impressed with the utilization of space within the facility. Should I have been a child this place would have been a dream as it is completely child friendly and safe,...More
I recently took my nephew to the aquarium..it was ok..he was excited to see all the fish and loved getting to hold the star fishes and the crab..the staff that was giving the talk was very informative and gave all the children enough time to...More
Our 5 year old wrote a list of things to do in Galway on our holiday and this was a 'must do'. Kids love it. There are feeding sessions, holding sessions and there's one massive tank where touching the rays and cod are actively encouraged....More
First of all is important to say that the aquarium is small. The prices for tickets are different. They advantages especially groups and families. Inside it you will find a good variety of fishes and other marine creatures but no animals such as sharks, octopus...More
Overly crowded, in certain areas. It made me and my mother feel unwell, not to mention the toilets are smelly and loud. So sorry to have to leave a bad review.
we were waiting for our room to be cleaned so we took a drive to the beach. We found this little aquarium and decided to stop. It does not have any large attractions, but the ones there are set up nice. We did get some...More