Which Aquarium Is Best in 2021
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East Tennessee Attractions: Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies is Fishy Fun!
Ripley's Aquarium is not only one of the most-visited aquariums in the U.S., it's also one of the best.
It is conveniently located on the main strip of Gatlinburg right next to Jose's Mexican restaurant and a multi-story parking deck. For more details about their location, click here.
It's open 365 days a year, so you can go even if you're in TN over the holidays, and it's hours are 9:00 to 9:00 (and sometimes later-check their website for details). Adults should expect to pay $22.29 for admission; child ticket prices are dependent on age. (There are special deals available for season passes, large groups, or if you are visiting other local Ripley's attractions, so make sure to check if you can get a better price.) Tickets are a bit pricey, but they are well worth it.
So what is all the hype about? Why should you visit?
1. It's fun for everybody. It's a site that will entertain everyone, regardless of your age, interest, or background. My one-year-old was enthralled and ran from tank to tank in excitement. She particularly loved the piranhas and the great play-area for children in the middle of the aquarium. In my opinion, a trip there would make a great date. It's just a good place to go.
2. There is a lot to see. The aquarium is home to over 350 different species of sea life, including rays, sharks, swordfish, and many smaller exotic fish. There are smaller tanks with explanations of the fish or other wildlife inside, as well as an enormous tank with a clear tunnel through it. In addition to the permanent exhibits, there's a rotating display. At the moment, their featured display is called "Mars: the Search for Life..." The exhibit includes a variety of pictures, interactive tools, and other information. Visiting the aquarium is a great way to learn without feeling like you're being taught.
3. There is a great atmosphere at the aquarium. They play ambient music; in many areas the lights are dimmed to make the wild-life feel more comfortable; the whole place just has a relaxed, peaceful feeling. I could sit for hours on one of the benches watching the fish dart around coral or the sting rays swim around their tank. You're guaranteed to leave feeling good.
I've told you about the aquarium in this article, but I don't feel like my words are doing the experience justice. There's something incredible about being that close to majestic sea creatures. If you possibly can, go for yourself.