SEA LIFE Charlotte-Concord Aquarium
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SEA LIFE is a unique interactive aquarium experience for kids, located at Concord Mills.
My boyfriend and I have been here a few times and we love it. Its surprisingly big and there are a good amount of exhibits to see. Theres a gift shop too for kids or whoever. Its great for families but were both adults and we enjoy it also. The prices are really good for what you get and the experience, its a great daytime weekend activity. I recommend it for sure.
I was pleasantly surprised with the depth of this indoor (inside a mall), aquarium. It truly is worth the time and money. There are several tanks with a range of aquatic life. There is also a touch tank with starfish, a lobster, and a shrimp. The best part is the walk-through tank. There are so many species including a rescued green sea turtle. Not to mention it supports ocean life .
Daniel G Freeman
This is a fun aquarium for kids and pretty cool for adults too. One ticket gets you access for the duration of the day, so you can come back multiple times if you wish - which I'm sure is handy when you have busy children. Our daughter is 2 and really enjoys it here, especially since she can easily see in all the tanks. It is fun and pretty affordable too. Staff is always pleasant and helpful. Anytime we visit the mall we park at the aquarium and go there first, then run errands after. It's actually a much less busy entrance. It can get pretty crowded, especially on weekends of course but that is to be expected I think.
Its a nice SMALL place - Not really worth the price it cost.. And you definitely do not need 2 hours to tour it like I saw on their website.. An hour Max is all thats needed.. Staff are very friendly & the exhibits they do have are nice. For an inside a mall aquarium it was nice - but again a little price for the size it is
This was a fun place to take our almost 2 year old. It is a small aquarium but still has a lot for little ones to see and explore. Wasn't too crowded except for the Little Sea Stars kick off story time where there were about 15 kids and their parents crammed in the lobby. That would be my only suggestion to figure out a better way to start their tour that would allow a bit better spacing.