Aquarium of the Lakes (Newby Bridge) Reviews
Description:Lakeside, Newby Bridge, LA12 8AS. Tel: +44(0)1539 5344153.
Newest Review: ... fish that he thought looked a bit odd and produce a bit of a giggle. The rainforest section included several frogs' toads and chameleons which he enjoyed seeing. The other animals such as the marmosets were great fun to watch as they leaped about their enclosure. He was fascinated by the caiman's and referred to these as crocodiles. There is a snake in this section but I managed to avoid ... more
Customer Aquarium of the Lakes (Newby Bridge) Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
The aquarium of the lakes was somewhere we visited recently on holiday. We had gone to Lakeside and taken a boat trip to Bowness and on our return our son asked if we could go in so we went in for a visited. We were all a little disappointed by the visited so this will be one of my less positive reviews. Getting there ****************** The Aquarium is situated on the southern shore of Lake Windermere at Lakeside, Newby Bridge, Cumbria. There are clear brown signs that take you to along the A590 to Newby Bridge. Take first right after the roundabout, over the bridge and follow the road to Hawkshead for approximately 1 mile to Lakeside. There is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Hello we recently visited the Lakeside Aquarium as part of a day out on the Windermere Steam Cruisers. The aquarium is open from 9am and generally closes around 5pm but this changes so double check. The aquarium is of a better size than i expected with all sorts of freshwater fish on display. There is a large walk under aquarium which houses a huge cat-fish several large Sturgeon and plenty of Carp. There is also a salt-water section with Sea-horses, cod and congor eels etc. There is also quite a good reptile house with rare and wonderful breeds in and a collection of mamoset monkeys, also here are freshwater fish from other continents and a pool ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 162 readings)
The Aquarium of the lakes can be found at Windermere's Lakeside pier in Newby Bridge Cumbria, it is a great day out for the family and has been in business for a few years now. I decided to visit last summer with my grand children and they thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We paid 5.75 for the adults and 3.75 for the children so I didn't think it was out of the way for the amenities on offer. It has a large collection of fresh water fish and the walk way alongside the actual lake with a viewing area was quite spectacular you felt as if you were actually under the water itself looking through the glass. We actually saw some ... Read the complete review
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