We took our three year old on a rainy day and she loved it. It’s a mixture of small tanks with particular types of fish and huge tanks. The sharks & jellyfish were great. Well worth a visit.
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Loved this place, informative and staff happy to engage. Wish We were here longer and would have purchased an annual pass as a couple of visits and price would be recovered. They even open on Christmas Day
We saw a lot of beautiful fish and the aquariums were beautiful, too. Sharks were amazing. Thought the place is bigger we were a little bit disappointed. We wanted to have some food but just found only one restaurant and they were closed so we...More
Palma Aquarium is located just less than 1/2 mile from the beach. It’s home to 750 different species of sea creatures. Our favourite was the shark tank which is the deepest in Europe nearly 30ft deep called “Big Blue”. The sharks are fantastic and we’re...More
We went on boxing day. Very quiet but still people around. don't rush round, take your time and read the information. be guided by the staff so you don't miss areas. The turtles were not on show as they had been moved to somewhere warmer....More
Took a family of 10 here over the Christmas break. (I think we were the first arrivals of the day) - the staff were really friendly and helpful - and it being a quiet time of the year, the family could spend more time looking...More
We went as a family of 4. We took our 5 year old and 2 year old. They both enjoyed it as they loved watching all types of fishes. We also enjoyed seeing a variety of different types of sea creatures. There was also a...More
We recently moved to my Orca and heard that the aquarium was fantastic being from Seattle we went there with a bit of hesitation. And boy were we Blown Away with how much better it is. It is very educational they even have an exhibit...More
Palma Aquarium, get lost in the underworld of the blue sea, if you like fish you'll love this attraction, make sure you have a camera, preferably with a video. We spent 3 hours in the various aquariums and could easily have made a whole day...More