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The new addition to Jerusalem a Marine Observatory,the Gotesman Aquarium exhibiting the marine life in the seas and lakes of Israel located on the Jerusalem Zoo.Very nice exhibitions, book your entrance on the site of the aquarium
Although Jerusalem is probably the only important capital city in the western world which is not on some sort of body of water, someone got the clever idea to build a major aquarium in this location to focus on life in the waters around the...More
Don't expect to see here dolphins, big sharks or big mammals. The place shows the local fauna and emphasize the environmental issues. Visitors learn about endangered fish and which ones to choose in restaurant. (There was an interview with the place manager few months ago,...More
This aquarium opened in June 2018. It focuses on local fish from the four main seas surrounding Israel (the Dead Sea actually has no fish !). Not anywhere near as exciting as similar aquaria we've visited in other countries.
Difficult to reach here by public...More
The Israeli aquarium is a great location for hot or rainy day.
just a short walking distance from the zoo, the aquarium has a huge range of species from the Mediterranean sea and from the red sea.
The tour is about 1.5 hours and a...More
A very nice attraction place for children and for those who never went to aquariums. We were a group of adults and didn't find it that interesting. If there'd at least be some interesting shows en route. The darkness in the building with the loud...More
The aquarium was recently opened and it shows. The building is very nice, but the tanks are half empty and fish are still small. The aquarium specializes in local species which, for the most part, are gray fish (apart from the red sea). Still, this...More