|Address:||321 Harbor Ave, Westport, WA 98595, USA|
Very friendly staff!! You get to feed the fish!! No sea lions like advertised .... I dont want to say anything negative because the people were very nice but .. some of the aquariums were so full of green you couldnt see anything.. also the ducks water was very gross and smelly ... I was pretty disappointed but my hubby and son loved it!!
This place was a highlight of our summer for my 3 year old son and 4 year old nephew. Its very small but you get to feed the fish, eels, ducks, and skates! There is also a small touch pool with sea stars. The woman running it was so nice and informative and she even let us make and take ceramic necklaces! Its definitely worth stopping!!
Could be a cute little aquarium of it wasnt so dirty and the fish didnt look half dead . They have ducks also but the pen where they are kept was filthy. The ducks wouldnt even go into the water it was so slimmy and smelly, not ti mention the poor things were just standing around in their own feases. hope they clean it up soon.
The aquarium is pretty darn small. HOWEVER, I LOVED that you get a shrimp cup and can feed pretty much all the fish, eels, and ducks! I enjoyed the touch tank too. And the employees were very cool to talk to. They had stories and knowledge that is worth hearing.
Fun little hole-in-the-wall aquarium. Some exhibits could use some cleaning, couldnt see into one of the Wolf eel tanks. Staff very friendly and knowledgeable. Both kids and parents had fun at this interactive place. You can feed almost all the animals!
Cute little aquarium with local fish. All the fish have personalities and the staff was very knowledgeable about the local sea life. You can feed all the fish in each tank and they get excited when they see you coming.
Very unique aquarium. They let you feed any of the fish. They are all local. The fish csn be very domestic. They watch you as you walk around and wait for food. If you want fish friends this is the place for you.
Kelly Wright Rowan
Very friendly staff. The fish interact with you and you can feed them. Its a little dark but for a small aquarium with local fish and sea life, you get really close and spend your time studying them.
Dirty. Smelly. Small. But you get to feed the fish included with admission. So that is cool. Feel bad for the ducks though. They live in squalor.
Quaint aquarium that is many years old. Fun to feed most of the fish on location. Many examples of skeletal structures of large sea creatures
Quaint and well done. The oldest aquarium on the Washington coast. Excellent whale skeleton on display.
The fishing is great, great donut shop fresh seafood all over the place people are great
The shrimp feeding is a nice touch that makes this small attraction memorable.
Friendly staff. Not expensive. My 4 year old thought it great
Feed the fish! Great gifts. Fun for family outing at the beach
Still a lot of fun and a lot of new things to learn about.
This is a wonderful place to check out all the aquariums.
Grandson Brock got to feed some fish,he enjoyed it.
Small, cute and informative.