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Explore the Waters of the World at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the base of the CN Tower, the aquarium is Toronto's must-see attraction for tourists and locals of all ages. Immerse yourself in a world of...more
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The glass viewing vestibule tube is the longest that I’ve seen with abundant and variety of sea life exhibits, and amazing preservation efforts. Excellent educational tour for all ages enhanced Ripley style. Take your time and enjoy the 4D senses of sea life. Presenting one...More
Even though the entrance fee is quite expensive, I did enjoy this aquarium. It was nice to see other water species. It is large aquarium and was conveniently located from my hotel at Marriott City Center. What I like the most is the sharks and...More
I think this aquarium is definitely geared towards families and children, but even couples can have fun admiring all the different aquatic animals. I think the highlights were the jellyfish tank which lights up different colors, the stingrays, and the shark underwater tunnel. I definitely...More
I went with my husband and my son and we all enjoyed it. There is a lot to see and you can take your time and stay at one exhibit as long as you like. My son really enjoyed the tank where you can touch...More
i had visitors from Colombia here, and decided to go here for the first time. I had a blast,w e were two adults, and we spent about three hours, enjoying sea life, displays, shark tank, and all the details that the aquarium offers. i highly...More
Yes, and there are elevators as well. The only time we found it difficult was as you go through the place you are actually going down on a slight angle to the bottom. It is not sharp, but I did find it difficult in a few... More
Yes, and there are elevators as well. The only time we found it difficult was as you go through the place you are actually going down on a slight angle to the bottom. It is not sharp, but I did find it difficult in a few places to hold my wheelchair and keep it from going down the ramps to fast. Also getting back up ramps on the other side was hard on my husband and me.