We then had to join another queue to get our tickets checked so we could enter the attraction. A little fish tank was right in front of us and I started to doubt the trip. We walked in to a dark area that was about space I think we didn't look as Jared was scared of and wanted to see fish. We then had a walk down a corridor with loads of educational games and quizzes about planets, which I'm not sure has much to do with fish however there were lots of skeletons of sharks and big fish on the wall. Finally we saw some sea creatures. Jelly fish!! Jared was most excited about jelly fish and sharks so now he wasn't bored he seemed to be enjoying himself. After all the educational and boring parts we got to the fish in tanks, big fish, little fish, green, yellow, blue fish. I was kind of hoping they had a touch pool I remember as a child going to similar places and you got to put your hands in with the fish that wouldn't eat your hand off. I never really touched one but the excitement that I could was good enough for me.
|Jared and Daddy looking at the fish|
|In the words of Jared "mummy some green flogs"|
If ever I have enough money to do so I will have a jelly fish tank wall in my home. It would be great for them days where everything is grating on you. Unfortunately while I was transfixed with the jelly fish and Jared was talking to a lobster we missed the tank dive so I can't tell you much about that other than they do a tank dive.
|Jared's lobster friend.|
Overall it was a good day out but not somewhere we could go to all the time as it is a fair drive away although we now don't need to pay entry for the rest of the year, this is because they offer you free entry for the rest of the year if you fill out a form. This most certainly makes up for having to pay for parking and standing in queues.