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Israel Aquarium

  • 3 Aharon Shulov Rd., Jerusalem
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  • Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).
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Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Shlomi Cohen).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Hagit Elbag).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Shlomi Cohen).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Ilan Zaviv).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Ilan Zaviv).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Shlomi Cohen).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: Ilan Zaviv).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: zuriel penesh).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: daniel aloni).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: daniel aloni).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: daniel aloni).
Visiting the Israel Aquarium (Photo: daniel aloni).

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Enjoy Israel's most-visited attraction! The zoo offers plenty of activities for children, a petting area, guided feedings, and much more. Read more

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 92 traveler reviews
"Total aqua"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 20, 2021

Thursday noon is a right time-came just in time for butterflies exhibition,before it closes for the day.And aquarium is very lovely-not as big as i thought,but a lot of sea inhabitants to see,especially different fish.Some nice worker gave us a bit of useful information. About hour and half total time ,worth the money

"Go for it!"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 12, 2021

Looks like we picked the right date to visit = Friday morning as there were less people. The place tries successfully to illustrate the marine life of the Mediterranean sea, Red Sea, Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. There are many wonderful species of fishes and other creatures. There are several location with...

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Looks like we picked the right date to visit = Friday morning as there were less people. The place tries successfully to illustrate the marine life of the Mediterranean sea, Red Sea, Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. There are many wonderful species of fishes and other creatures. There are several location with short audio visual explanation. Great for kids but educational for adults as well.

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"Chaos and carelessness"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 28, 2021

The managers must not let elementary school groups (this time about 200 kids) in at the same time as private ticket holders. We visited with 3 enthusiastic children (9, 6, 3) but had to leave after half an hour, being totally crowded out by 4 busloads of noisy, terribly behaved, school chidren. ...

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The managers must not let elementary school groups (this time about 200 kids) in at the same time as private ticket holders. We visited with 3 enthusiastic children (9, 6, 3) but had to leave after half an hour, being totally crowded out by 4 busloads of noisy, terribly behaved, school chidren. Their teachers couldn't control them. The space is dark and enclosed, perfect for rowdy behavior. We couldn't hear the guides (who were excellent), couldn't hear the audio presentations, couldn't breathe. We are not panicky about Corona, but this was also scandalous and irresponsible, to let so many kids, unmasked, in such an enclosed space. Israel now has mask requirements for inside spaces, but not here. The tickets are expensive, and it was a total waste. i wrote to the management and got no response. We signed up for a specific half hour, so I think they could easily avoid such situations and not allow huge groups when there are private ticket holders.

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