Touch a Stingray & Feed a Shark at the Portland Aquarium
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Featured review from Matt WhiteRed Velvet
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Lots of things for the kids to see and do. Not as exciting for adults but still fun. They had a lot of very random things as well, like a hurricane simulation chamber, a jungle gym for the kids, and a photo booth. The place is kind of run down and some of the tanks for the sea life looked a little small for the thing(s) that were in them.
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The Portland Aquarium was a horribly disappointing experience. When we arrived, I wasn't entirely sure we were at the right place; it's in an old restaurant building that now has big letters spelling "Aquarium" on the front. I reminded the...continued
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Check out a promo video on YouTube.
Senior and Child tickets are available for purchase through the aquarium; please check portlandaquarium.net for pricing.
About the Ticket Supplier: Portland Aquarium
The Portland Aquarium opened in December 2012. Within the 12,500+ square foot facility, you can see a wide variety of birds, reptiles, and both cold water and tropical fish.
The Portland Aquarium welcomes everyone to enjoy the unique interactive experiences found within, and is especially excited to introduce children and families to the world beneath the ocean’s surface. Guests are encouraged to hand feed sharks, rays, birds, and fish, or to get up close and personal with many of the reptiles and other animals on exhibit. Above all, the Portland Aquarium promotes education through an interactive experience in a comfortable environment.