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an Official visit to the fishes
Member Name: topp99
Date: 31/05/05, updated on 01/06/05 (815 review reads)
Disadvantages: can get crowded
When you enter there’s a mini which has been changed into a fish tank, they are fed through the skylight I think. There’s many breeds of fish to be seen & is one of Europe's biggest & most amazing displays of aquatic life.
There’s three levels all reached by a lift, along the wall you can tounch modal fish & there’s sounds of the sea coming from loud speakers. On the first level is the Pacific display which houses a large tank with great white sharks in, lots of people were taking pictures with their camera phones; you can also touch the skates & adopt a fish.
London Aquarium is by the London Eye and Waterloo Train Station. It faces the Themes, although it can be a bit chilly along the South Bank. I would recommend this to other people, it's well worth a visit.
Prices for Peak times are:
Adults: £9.75 (£8.75 off peak)
Kids: £6.25 (£5.25 off peak)
Student: £7.50 (£6.50 off peak) (applies to the unemployed)
Family: £29 (£25 off peak)
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