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Israel Aquarium

  • 072-3290773
  • 3 Aharon Shulov Rd., Jerusalem
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 87 traveler reviews
Worth a visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 21, 2020

Very nice mostly indoor place. Much bigger than I expected and very well presented. It's showcasing mainly local marine life but not only. Very informative and great for kids. We spent about an hour and a half there and had a really good time.

What a Gret Place!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 23, 2020

Understand that I have visited a number of aquaria in the USA; this was my second in either Europe or Asia. Last year I visited the aquarium in Eilat. Imagine! Two aquaria in a country roughly the size of New Jersey. Our last Friday in Israel was gloomy, with rain in the air. The...

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Understand that I have visited a number of aquaria in the USA; this was my second in either Europe or Asia. Last year I visited the aquarium in Eilat. Imagine! Two aquaria in a country roughly the size of New Jersey. Our last Friday in Israel was gloomy, with rain in the air. The virus hysteria closed the schools; my wife, eldest daughter, and the three grandsons went from Efrat to this aquarium, located on the grounds of the Jerusalem Zoo. (Next trip.) The place is not very large and we spent perhaps one hour wandering about. All was quiet; there were few visitors. We walked about looking at the exhibits. They were mostly local ecology. There was a video presentation about the Suez Canal and how it has changed the marine ecology of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Invasive species, changes to the water salinity, and the like. This was very well-done and greatly impressed me. Also, I noticed a skeleton of a large hammerhead shark overhead. This is a must-see, no matter the purpose of your visit to Israel.

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One of my favourite now
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 17, 2020

Was there with kids this winter. Ambient atmosphere and really interesting things. Nice time spending for whole famile, in my opinion