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Visiting Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Toronto

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One of the most popular attractions in Toronto that features with the marine creatures and habitats from around the world. There are more than 15000 marine creatures were displayed, including of tropical fish, jellyfish, seahorses, and stingray. Of course, the aquarium is not aquarium without the sharks and Ripley's Aquarium of Canada has the predatory shark along with the long sand of tiger shark, sawfish, and so on. Even some of them reach up to 3 meters long. It was located in Toronto, and this aquarium was aimed to educate, conserve and inspire all of the visitors at any age while providing the fun and entertaining experience. There are so many underwater animals that wait for the visitor to discover. There is also hand on and interactive galleries which able to create memories that might last for a lifetime as well.

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Observe Marine Creatures in Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Observe Marine Creatures in Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

1. The dangerous lagoon

1. The dangerous lagoon

This gallery allows the visitors to stand and moving the walkway that brings them through the huge glass dome which been filled by more than 2.5 million waters. There are some of the most frightening creatures in this gallery, such as stingrays, hammerhead sharks sand tiger sharks and so on.

2. The Canadian waters

2. The Canadian waters

This gallery shows you with 17 specially curated underwater habitat which highlights the diversity of great lakes and seas of Canada. This display shows you with more than 665000 liters of water. This gallery is a house for the wolf eel, giant octopus, largemouth bass and so on. You can find unique creatures in the Canadian waters here.

3. The rainbow reef

3. The rainbow reef

This gallery shows you with over than 1000 fish species who lived in the tropical and colorful waters from the Indo- Pacific Ocean. There are so many beautiful corals which been covered by exotic fishes, such as the angelfish, the unicorn surgeonfish, the tigerfish and other beautiful creatures here.

4. The discovery center

4. The discovery center

The visitors can get their wet hands in this interactive exhibit as well. Then you should be ready and personally take a closer look with the clownfish, playing around with the horseshoe crabs in the touch sink and exploring the submarine. The living fossils were the best highlight of this gallery and the visitors can hold this great experience with the rare beauties as well.

5. The Swarm

5. The Swarm

There are many species that travel into the big swarms such as Halloween crabs, jellyfish and coral catfish as well. There are more than 1000 underwater creatures that you will meet in this gallery.

6. The Gallery

6. The Gallery

This gallery shows you with delicate and rare creatures from around the world. There were nine exhibits here along with the salt and freshwater animals, even including of the living coral as well. You can meet the creatures like the weedy sea dragon, red lionfish, electric eel and other creatures.

7. The Jellies Planets

7. The Jellies Planets

This gallery was filled by so many jellies in all of the sides. This gallery shows you with the color changing feature and ensures it can attract any visitor of all ages as well. The jellies were looked like the moon jelly and the best jellies you can meet here.

8. The Ray Bay

8. The Ray Bay

Visitors are able to explore this gallery in order to see the grace and beauty of the stingray. There are so many rays and twice in a day, the visitors can see them being fed directly from the diver's hand as well. Event the visitors can see it from the top of the gallery.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Toronto Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

There are several ticket options when you want to visit this aquarium. The online timed ticket will allow you to book the entry time. Then the express anytime ticket can be used for 365 days from the purchased date and only cost you an affordable price as well. All of the tickets were able to purchase online through its official site or you can get it from the service counter as well.

How To Get Around?

If you want to see any gallery here, then the best way is walking around and exploring the aquarium.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear any casual and comfortable shirts, such as the sleeveless shirt with jeans. Do not forget to wear your comfortable slipper or shoes because you will take a lot of walking here.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Toronto Facts

Best Time to Visit

The aquarium is a year around and opens for 365 days, from 9 am to 11 pm. If you want to avoid the crows, then you can visit out of the peak hours around 11 am and 2 pm on the weekdays and around 11 am to 4 pm on the weekends or holidays.

Currency

Canadian Dollar

Will I Need a Guide?

A guide is very welcome but you are able to spot the information easily so the chance of being lost is pretty low.

How To Get There?

The aquarium was located in the base of CN Tower and pretty easy to walk to the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada by using the Skywalk. Or you are able to use the Spadina streetcar go to the Bremner Boulevard.

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