Believe it or not, it's freaking incredible!

I should say that this has been my best experience in the Toronto so far. When I reached outside the aquarium, I saw a very long queue outside the center. By that time I came to know about the popularity of the place. The queue was so long that it almost took me around 1.5 hours to buy a ticket and to get inside the aquarium. This aquarium displays more than 100 varieties of fishes and other sea creatures captured from around the world including the great Ontario lake.

Trust me, this place gives you a run for your money because I can guarantee that you would have never seen such exotic and colorful varieties of aqua life. Before, I was quite skeptical about spending $30 on an aquarium but, when I entered it, I was more than surprised to find out how beautiful mother nature is!  The best part in the aquarium is the conveyor belt which takes you through the glass tunnels where one can see the animals and fishes like Sharks, Hammerhead sharks, Stingrays, jellyfishes, etc. Being in that part of the museum was an exhilarating experience for me! Apart from this, there are 2 shows where the visitors are allowed to touch and experience the aqua life from really close. This was also my first close encounter with the underwater world, and it was an unforgettable one!

Should you plan to visit this place, here is a useful map -

Location Map of Ripley's Aquarium

Location Map of Ripley's Aquarium

Published On: Monday, January 6th, 2014