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Aquarium at Rockport Harbor

#3 of 38 things to do in Rockport Features Animals
706 Navigation Cir, Rockport, TX 78382-2779
+1 361-727-0016
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Free was good

Keeping your expectations in check, this is a nice side trip for 30 minutes or so at Rockport... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Houston, Texas
via mobile
Can you imagine something free!!!!!

A fascinating visit with knowledgeable guides.Families will so enjoy seeing and touching many... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Fredericksburg, Texas
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“local fish” (15 reviews)
“sea life” (15 reviews)
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706 Navigation Cir, Rockport, TX 78382-2779
+1 361-727-0016
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Keeping your expectations in check, this is a nice side trip for 30 minutes or so at Rockport peninsula and it's free. (They appreciate a small donation). You'll see about a dozen tanks with fish that are in the nearby gulf and bay waters. A...More

Thank TXhome1225
Reviewed yesterday

A fascinating visit with knowledgeable guides.Families will so enjoy seeing and touching many exhibits. Don't miss the moray eel.

Thank pattravel84
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a nice little place with native fish and activities for the kids. The grandgirls enjoyed the coloring over the raised pictures and seeing Marly the eel.

Thank DonnaRA
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a nice quick little stop, where folks can view and learn about native sea life. It's free, although they do accept donations, and doesn't take long to walk through. The decor is a little rough and it was very warm inside, but all...More

Thank MaryT803
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped on our way home and it is a nice little free aquarium to walk thru.. takes about 20 min.. loved the big eel! Interesting fish and ones I hadn't seen before.. I had never seen such a big hermit crab!

Thank misdr
Reviewed 22 May 2017

This aquarium is small, but has a lot of cool fish and interesting information. I really enjoyed this quick stop! The people who work there are very friendly and well informed about all the fish. There's no cost to get in, but they accept donations....More

1  Thank ergray34
Reviewed 20 May 2017

this tiny aquarium didn't call to us from the outside, but there was enough life inside to grab our interest, including sea horses and an eel.

1  Thank Ginger R
Reviewed 1 May 2017

A great small aquarium with exhibits on Texas gulfcoast sea life. Free admission and hands on activities for families. easily viewable tanks I especially enjoyed viewing the seahorses. Also have a large eel and many fish.

1  Thank Rona L
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

We stopped in for a quick visit one day and was pleasantly surprised at how much fun we had. Not a huge place, but what they do have is really neat. I highly recommend going. It's free and so much to see

1  Thank ctrygirl2001
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Love it!! They don't have alot but they are very good at educating and this place is awesome for little kids. Plus it's free but they do ask for donations.

1  Thank Sarah C
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