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My wife and I visited the aquarium as half the places to see in Guernsey during January are closed, but also as I am a keen fish keeper with tank and pond. To say we were disappointed is a understatement. The aquariums are very poorly...More
Some decent displays even though a few were empty, some fish looked too big for the tanks they were kept in and the fact that there are no toilets or cafe on sight really let's it down, wouldn't waste me money on it £5 is...More
Like most aquariums, being next to the ocean allows for constant sea water to be used to keep the tanks in good condition. This aquarium don't seem to have made best use of this. The fish were in very poor condition, with many tanks containing...More
This is a small local aquarium and like others we have visited it benefits from passionate ownership. The viewing areas are in two of the tunnels and there is a lot of explanation which is among the best I have seen.
We particularly enjoyed the...More
Ok for a rainy day visit, I can understand some of the other reviews here. What I would say was that in the large predator tank there were rays, huss and dogfish in there but most poeple would not be able to pick them out....More
A friendly and honest welcome by the owner not to expect a huge aquarium but think along the lines of a petting farm compared to a zoo. A brilliant comparison. Visit because you will see a good selection of tropical fish and marine fish found...More
Slightly disappointed in the lack of local, marine life promised to be on display. But worth the visit to see the results of the effort put in to install the display tanks in the old Occupation Tunnels.
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So pleased question answered as I’d forgotten! Certainly worth the money as it’s a lovely gentle yet interesting visit. Do be sure to look at the renovated outdoor Victorian swimming areas on your way to the Aquarium, if... More
So pleased question answered as I’d forgotten! Certainly worth the money as it’s a lovely gentle yet interesting visit. Do be sure to look at the renovated outdoor Victorian swimming areas on your way to the Aquarium, if weather allows! If weather doesn’t, you’ll be grateful for the Aquarium!