Went this afternoon and was pleasantly surprised. Lots of interesting enclosures. Got to touch the Ray and to hold a star fish and a crab. Great interactive element. Great for kids as well. Overall positive day out.
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A great spot to visit with the family, a very good selection of fish on display and the host was very knowledgeable and even let the kids hold some of the fish. I've been to other bigger aquariums that haven't come close to this one....More
I have not visited any place like this before. The guide told us many useful information, he even let us hold a starfish and a crab and feed the other fish! It was anything but boring or vague. Small but better than the majority of...More
We went here to escape the relentless Galway rain. It was quite small but there were lots of opportunity to take loads of interesting photos. On the day we were there it was packed as obviously everyone else had the same idea of escaping the...More
The aquarium is quaint and has a fair selection of sea life on display. There is a family friendly cafe next door too. If you visit aquariums out of interest in marine science then this might not be for you, it is small and not...More
It is a little aquarium, but its nice to be able to easily view the aquatic wildlife. It was cool to see the stages of development in the animals.
The National Aquarium in Salthill is well worth a visit. We passed 2 hours there no problem on a wet and windy day. Price is a little steep but you can leave and re-visit on the same day, we couldn't as we were leaving Galway...More
Good value. We enjoyed looking around. Interesting to watch the fish at feeding times.. Friendly and knowledgeable staff.
I'll start with the fact that we didn't get to see inside the place! We arrived late on just before 4.30. Signs on doors say they close at 5. We asked the person behind the counter and we were told they had closed. Now, if...More