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A small but charming aquarium making a big splash as Europe's first catch and release aquarium. Our animals are brought in to us by local fishermen, divers and families and are returned to the sea every couple of weeks, so you can guarantee that no...more
The Mull Aquarium is small but perfect for kids - my nephews were enthralled with the feely pool demonstration, the octopus and, of course, the interactive sand and water displays. Educational as well as fun, the aquarium has a fantastic ethos of returning the creatures...More
We came here with our 4 children, aged from 9-17, it's really small but definitely worth a visit, we arrived at the start of an octopus dissection, which was interesting and very informative, one downside was that because the place is so small, our smaller...More
We visited as two adults when it was tipping down with rain and enjoyed out time there. It is small, with a selection of local sealife to look at and handle, but it is all well labelled and displayed and there are lots of informative...More
Cheap entry price, wich also allows you to go away and return throught out the day.
Small although enough to keep littles one occupied for a while, with talk sessions frequently. Extra activites you can do at small aditional cost
Mull_Aquarium_Staff, Owner at Mull Aquarium, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Glad you enjoyed your visit to the aquarium, hopefully we will see you again soon. :)
Loved the idea of the aquarium but sadly it was really expensive for its size. Our 3 year old was charged to get in which made it around £15 in total. We stayed for maybe 20 mins and only really saw starfish. No members of...More
Joe, Grace, Jenny and Andy (prof plankton) are the most enthusiastic, helpful, and happy people you could ever meet. Happy to help explain all of the species and the touch pool was interactive and fun (Well worth the money, I could spend hours listening to...More
From the outside it looks like a wee place. But inside I found one of the most amazing aquariums I've ever seen. I saw species I didn't even know were in British waters. The staff were really helpful and the touchpool demonstration was awesome. Jenny...More