Our eight and three year olds loved the aquarium. Their favorite area was the butterflies. Make sure you do both buildings.
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We have been taking our children, and now grandchildren, to the Chattanooga Aquarium for years. It have gradually expanded, and now in a second building with more hands on family friendly activities such as the butterfly exhibit and the stingray petting area. We think it...More
The aquarium is spread over two buildings that are next to each other. We paid $120 for two entrance fees to the aquarium + two for the boat ride. We arrived at 11:00 did two hours of the aquarium then met the boat at 13:00...More
This year I had a summer pass. I went 4 times. Each time I brought different grandchildren for their Birthday. My favorite are the penguins.
My wife and I enjoyed a busy day at the Aquarium. The displays were well done and interesting. Special sessions without the day in addition to the exhibits kept us busy all day. We chose only Imax, and could have used all our time at...More
Our grandkids loved this place, it is not as top-notch as Atlanta, but still very very good. We especially enjoyed the fresh-water section. You don't see that in many of the aquariums. Our kids especially liked the special events. Be sure to go early to...More
We have been to aquariums in many cities and this one probably tops them all. It is two separate buildings, one for salt water and oceans and one for fresh water including rivers. It is laid out so you start on floor 4 and work...More
Nice way to spend the day with family. One building for river life, one building for ocean life. Tickets are good for the day so we did half in the morning, had lunch downtown, then did the rest afterwards.