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Visiting Downtown Aquarium Houston

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Downtown Aquarium

Take a Dive into the Magical World of the Downtown Aquarium Houston

Take a Dive into the Magical World of the Downtown Aquarium Houston

1. The Aquarium Adventure Exhibit

1. The Aquarium Adventure Exhibit

This exhibit is housed in the main building which contains almost five themed areas with displays that are interactive. The themed areas house different types of fishes and aquatic animals that are found in the natural habitat of that particular theme. The Aquarium Adventure Exhibit also has a habitat for the Tigers.

2. The Louisiana Swamp

2. The Louisiana Swamp

The exhibition houses animals from the bayous and marsh of the coast of Gulf. The swamp includes turtles, salamanders, bullfrogs, alligators, spotted gars, tarpons, and catfish.

3. The Shipwreck

3. The Shipwreck

The Shipwreck makes the visitors go inside a seventeenth-century sunken hull where the guests can have a view of the creatures of the sea and live coral reefs. Some of the creatures include moray eel, tangs, snapper, sea stars, a large Pacific octopus, grouper, clownfish, anemones, garibaldi and many more.

4. The Rainforest Exhibit

4. The Rainforest Exhibit

The Rainforest exhibit features the exploration of tropical rainforests around the world and the life inhabited inside the rivers of these rainforests. Some of its major features are macaws, emerald tree boas, skinks, arowana, archerfish, poison dart frogs, red-bellied piranha and freshwater stingrays.

5. The White Tiger of the Maharaja Temple

5. The White Tiger of the Maharaja Temple

The White Tiger of the Maharaja Temple is an exhibition that is a home to the white tigers of the aquarium. However, this part of the aquarium has been closed due to the indulgence of legal notices for the improper living situation of the tigers as they are some of the endangered species of the world.

6. Shark Voyage

6. Shark Voyage

Shark Voyage is a train ride that runs on a narrow 610 mm gauge. It is also known as the C. P. Hungtinton Train that tours around the entire aquarium and also the shark habitat of the museum. It allows the visitors to view and learn about these sharks much more than they already know. The shark habitat has almost 760,000 liters of water in its tank.

Downtown Aquarium Houston Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be easily booked on this website. Online payments can also be processed on this website and are safe and secure.

How To Get Around?

The metro has access to almost all the places and can be taken as a good option in terms of cost and time. You can also take a Taxi if that suits you better. Renting a car is a viable option if you plan to stay for long.

What Should I Wear?

An aquarium will want you to dress a little sporty. Probably shorts and t-shirts for both boys and girls will do along with some shoes or sneakers. If you visit the restaurant or the bar you can also opt to dress classy. Wear a short dress with high heels or comfortable wedges and boys can dress in t-shirts topped with jackets and jeans with comfortable shoes.

Downtown Aquarium Houston Facts

Best Time to Visit

Autumn months are the best if you want to have a great sightseeing experience. Apart from this, October or November is also a good time to visit the aquarium.

Currency

US Dollar

Will I Need a Guide?

The website will guide you properly and you will eventually not need a guide.

How To Get There?

You can take a taxi from your hotel or the airport. Metros also have their way to the museum. You can also take a bus.