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The Dallas World Aquarium

Category: Zoo + Aquarium

1801 North Griffin, Dallas, TX 75230


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The Dallas World Aquarium - Reviews from across the web

Very unique - user review
I thoroughly enjoyed it. When my husband and I went there weren't many people there and the price was a lot less than it is now. My only complaint is the jaguar exhibit... a little sma...

GOTTA BE A BETTER WAY... - user review
it wasnt' what i'd call an aquarium, that is in comparison to aquariums i'd been to before, part zoo, part aquarium. the concept is awesome, but it was so crowded inside that you real...

Great Place to Visit! - user review
The DWA is really a great experience. They have made the environment very fitting for the animals, with the exception of the jaguar, he was in a pretty small compound. Other than th...

No title - user review
This is a great place to take the kids. It's really a nice place to go to once in...

The Dallas World Aquarium | Museum/Attraction Review | Dallas | Frommers.com - expert review
Housed in a former warehouse in the West End district, the Dallas aquarium not at Fair Park is a good place to hide out from the sun downtown. My niece and nephew enjoy communing with the stingrays, sea turtles, sharks, and r...

A great time though a bit expensive - user review
Overall my grandfather and I really enjoyed the experience. He is 88 with poor vision but he had a great time. It is a very neat place that is part zoo and part aquarium. I thought i...

A real jungle in an Urban Jungle - user review
If in Dallas this is a Must see. When you first walk up to the Aqurium it looks like a little like an office block which fits in well with its surrondings but one inside your transpor...

A Pricy Disappointment - user review
My boyfriend and I were very excited about going to the aquarium and very disappointed when we finally got inside. Although the aquarium is very beautifully designed both inside and o...

Worth the visit.More zoo than aquarium. - user review
Very unique.Much different than other aquariums I have visited,which was a nice surprise since I nearly didn't go ,thinking it would be much like others.It is as much, or more, zoo than aqu...

There is a 67.5 foot... - user review
There is a 67.5 foot bronze giraffe at the entrance to the zoo which also overlooks R.L Thornton Freeway - you cant miss it. Standing a good 15 feet taller than Big Tex who i...

Great Aquarium - user review
This is the most naturalistic aquarium I have ever visited. You walk through a canopy covered building that is made to feel like a jungle. Everything is alive and growing. It is the ...

IgoUgo: The Dallas Aquarium...Not just fish! - Dallas, Texas - user review
Discover a vast world of unique plants and animals as you enter this replicated rainforest. Monkeys, colorful toucans and vibrant birds line the path to the saltwater sealift exhibits. A panoramic view of reef life is the first attention-grabbing aspect of the...

A Fun Experience - user review
I would give this attraction 5 stars if it wasn't for the expensive ticket price. Still, we were on vacation to have fun and that we did. Very interesting exhibits and much more that...

Dallas World Aquarium- Dallas, TX - VirtualTourist.com
There is a lot more to see than fish in this aquarium! Surrounded by trees, it is set up as if you are traveling through a rainforest. Some animals you will see on your journey are exotic birds, monkeys, spiders, and even vampire bats. There are also wonderful aquatic exhibits with manatees, otters,...

Dallas World Aquarium - Dallas - Reviews of Dallas World Aquarium - TripAdvisor
The aquarium is divided into multiple overlapping levels that show off all different kinds of tropical birds (toucans, parrots, macaws, and other brightly colored songbirds) and monkeys, manatees, stingrays, and needless to say, countless varieties of fish. Hairy spiders, vampire bats, anacondas, el...

Dallas World Aquarium - Ceremony Sites - 1801 N Griffin St, Dallas, TX, 75202, US - Wedding Mapper
22,000-gallon tunnel with a panoramic view of underwater reef life is the centerpiece of this popular aquarium that also runs a preservation program involving young ...

Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas, TX : Reviews of Dallas World Aquarium - Yahoo! Travel
Discover a South American rainforest filled with unique plants and animals such as monkeys, colorful toucans, crocodiles, manatees and otters. The aquarium porti...

Dallas World Aquarium - Dallas, TX Review - Museum & Attraction Reviews - Viewpoints
We had some friends visiting from out of town and thought it would be fun to ride the DART train and go to the aquarium. A little on the expensive side for 4 adults and a toddler, so we probably wouldn't head here more than once or twice a year. The exhibits were amazing though. We've never been to ...

Listing: Dallas World Aquarium
Exotic plants and creatures from around the world inhabit The Dallas Word Aquarium, where you can explore a South American rainforest or take a walk through a water tunnel surrounded by reef life from the Continental Shelf. Observe monkeys, stingrays, piranhas and penguins. Restaurant, cafe and gift...

The Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas, Texas (TX) - Party Place, Corporate Place
A trip to The Dallas World Aquarium can be a simple education experience or an in-depth study of the habitat, conservation, distribution, anatomy, reproduction and behavioral/structural adaptations of plants and animals. Gift Shops are located in the aquarium, near the penguin exhibit, the Jungle Ca...

Dallas World Aquarium Reviews
The Dallas World Aquarium is a great place to take kids. The have the tanks set up by different areas of the world. Such as Fiji, Sri Lanka, Japan, Australia and others The also have a tunnel to experience a panoramic view of reef life. The also have a Predators exhibit. They have tanks that represe...

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