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The Acquario di Genova was built on the occasion of the Expo ’92, a celebration of the fifth centenary of the discovery of the New World by Christopher Columbus, with the intention of restructuring and enhancing an area full of history and...more
We spent almost three hours. Learned a lot
Took some great photos. Great family outing. Upper and lower floor exhibits. Up close with dolphins.
Amazing pirate ship next door. Many shops around this area.
Not much to say about the aquarium. Very well maintained and nice collection of animals. Full recommendation! One thing to be cautious though: there's a butterfly section towards the end for which they charge another 2EUR on top of the already expensive 26EUR entrance fee....More
Went in January with friends and the aquarium was very very quiet, felt like we were the only people walking around. Only thing was it was hard to get to the entrance to the aquarium because there were so many men outside trying to sell...More
I love a good aquarium and this one is fantastic. Terrific range of exhibits, the animals are well looked after and the displays and curation are terrific - I was surprised by just how good it is. I would gladly come again and can't recommend...More
The place was a swarming throng of excited children. While I should have expected this, it was worse than I imagined and impacted negatively on my experienced. That said, the range of sea creatures wasn’t as expansive as I had expected for the largest aquarium...More
Brilliant family day out. Tickets can be bought online or at the venue. The standard ticket is sufficient for a days activities. The additional aspects are in Italian so may not be worth the extra money. Definitely watch the dolphins - one of the highlights!