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St. Augustine Aquarium

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The St. Augustine Aquarium and Snorkel Adventure will be opening late November 2016! View hundreds of Florida Reef fish and rays, or better yet, SNORKEL with them. Snorkel,mask and wetsuit provided OR experience this adventure above the water on a raft with specially designed vision panels! Feed sharks and rays, touch starfish,conch,whelk and more! Northeast Florida's NEWEST aquarium! Castaway Canopy Adventures Zipstream coming this Spring!

Amenities:
  • Amenities:
  • Bus Parking, Concessions, Food/Beverage Service
  • Average Visit Time:
  • 2 - 3 hours,
  • Disabled Traveler Information:
  • ADA Compliant, Handicapped Parking, Raised Toilets

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please put in prices and dates and times. I'd like for my grandson who is 7 to go. What else besides snorkel and zipline.
This attraction is still not open and it is March 2016. Please update your information to say coming soon because that is all the information you can get when inquiring about this attraction.
Times of operation. 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM closes at 3:00 PM Christmas Eve
Admission is $5.00. $35.00 to snorkel
Reservations for snorkeling on line

2045 State Road 16 St. Augustine
I agree with the other people who said you should probably visit before you give a review. That goes for both the bad reviews, and the good reviews. As a fish/aquarium enthusiast, I was looking forward to the opening. The admission price was eight dollars, not very much at all. It just seems a little less finished then it should be to invite tourists. The former picture for the Saint Augustine Aquarium shows a building, with parking. There was no building and very little parking. Traffic was becoming a problem today, as the very polite and helpful parking attendant had to direct people to the church down the street. As in the other reviews, there just wasn't a lot to do. YET. I look forward to seeing what is accomplished in the next stage, however I will probably wait to read the reviews before I go. I love the fact that tourist attractions are opening outside of the downtown area, which has become far too congested. A little more effort needs to go into this place before it is considered a full-fledged attraction.
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