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The adventure at The Dallas World Aquarium begins at the top of the rainforest exhibit, where exotic birds, such as Cocks-of-the-rock and many species of toucans, can be seen. Lounging around are Two-toed and Three-toed sloths. Endangered animals...more
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The Dallas World Aquarium is an awesome place. Plan accordingly it will likely be crowded. It is located downtown with plenty of other attractions witing walking distance, but you could spend a whole day here if you tried.
Located in downtown Dallas, this aquarium is s great find. I didn’t know what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised. It didn’t just have fish and marine animals, it had lots of birds also, even sloths. It was a nice stop to spend a...More
This is something to do if it is raining or hot outside. It has birds and other types of animals that you can learn about the environment that they live in and how you can prevent any more damage to it. You can see a...More
We got to visit this wonderful place and it was awesome, the kids learned a lot about animals and had a blast. It was a little too crowded and hot, especially on the sharks area. But other than that it was really fun. I enjoyed...More
I took my kids, 5 and 2, to the aquarium having already done the zoo. This is not an aquarium rather it is a cross between an aviary and a plethora of reptiles and small animals, ALMOST NOTHING is aquarium like in this. On top...More
My friend, Debbie, and I went to the Dallas World Aquarium today and we felt like little kids. I was so in awe of all of the creatures in the aquarium! We ate at the Cafe Maya, the Quesadillas Del Dia, were to die for....More
You do your best to find out if your visit is going to be during their busy season. Call ahead, email them, just do something. The first time I took my wife we walked at a leisurely pace and got to look at the animals...More