It’s officially the world’s largest aquarium. The viewing window in the Ocean Voyager exhibit is mind-boggling. As is the 100 foot long underwater tunnel (complete with moving walkway). The gigantic manta rays and whale sharks are incredibly majestic.
Even though it’s five years old, it continues to awe everyone with its oceanic wonders. Did you know that you can climb into the middle of the penguin exhibit and get face-to-face with the tuxedoed creatures? Tunnels leading under the exhibit end with pop up windows that let you peak into the faux Antarctic. Totally worth waiting in line for.
Beluga whales and seals? Check. Stingray petting zoo? Check. SLEEPOVERS? Check. I’m not sure about the next person, but if I got a chance to set a fluffy pillow next to the giant viewing window of the aquarium, it might be the best night of my life. It would also be only slightly amazing to sign up for the diving program that allows two-legged folks to swim in the Guinness World Record-setting fish bowl.