Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review

I had the opportunity to visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.  This would be my second visit and unfortunately my daughters weren't able to join me.  If you are looking for something to do in Toronto, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a must see attraction.  My suggestion if you were planning to come to Toronto for your vacation or going to play tourist in Toronto would be to grab a City Pass.  I have seen so many people with it when I visited the Aquarium.  It is a great idea and would save you 43% off of the ticket prices for 5 attractions.
Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review



There was so much to see at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.  First you will enter into the Canadian Waters exhibit and see what our Canadian waters hold.  My favourite is the Fleshy Sea pen.  They do look like orange feather pens we used   to use back in the 18th century. After looking at kelp and corals exhibit we enter into the Dangerous Lagoon.  Here you step onto the moving floor and you will enter into a tunnel that you will be surrounded by glass that holds tons of fishes and sharks.  It is amazing to see how many sharks are in the lagoon.
Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review

At the end you will visit a kids area where they play around in the submarine and pet the horseshoe crab.  Off to the side there is a tub of cleaner shrimp where people stick their hands in and they will come and would remove dead skin from your hands.  After you go through the Ray Bay and see the different Sting Rays you will enter into one of my favorite exhibit - The Planet Jellies.  I could stare at them all day.  It is very hypnotic and relaxing.
Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review

You and your family will have a fantastic time at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.  I have a co-worker who loves photography and I kept on bugging him to visit the Aquarium.  It is the perfect opportunity to take some beautiful pictures.  Maybe next time when I visit my kids would be able to join me.  It would be a great family trip any time of the year.

Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review

Extra Info:

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is wholly owned and operated by Ripley Entertainment Inc, a subsidiary of Vancouver-based, The Jim Pattison Group.
Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review

Very Important Info:

The Aquarium will sell a limited number of tickets per arrival time slot.  Once guests arrives at the Aquarium during the selected arrival time, they will be quickly check-in by Guest Service staff.  And, guests are not limited to a specific length of stay for their visit.

"Time Ticket" prices start from $29.98 for Adults, $19.98 for Youths, and Seniors, and $9.98 for Children (Ages 3-5).  Children ages 2 and under receive complimentary admission when accompanied by an adult.

Visit Ripley's Aquarium of Canada ~ #Review


For more information, visit www.ripleysaquariumofcanada.com

About Ripley Entertainment
For over 90 years Ripley Entertainment has been a world leader in family fun.  Built on a foundation of a tiny daily newspaper cartoon which debuted in 1918, the company now appeals to families and people of all ages with entertainment attractions around the world.  The company also has a long successful history in book publishing, product licensing, radio and television.  Part of the Jim Pattison Group, Canada's third largest privately owned company, Ripley's is proud to be the largest and fastest growing chain of amusement attraction companies in the world.


*Disclosure - The admission in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

7 comments:

  1. I have never been here but my daughter went and she loved it, she said it's an amazing place to go, one of these days I will make it there!!

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  2. I would love to travel to Toronto and see this aquarium. It would be a great one day road trip.

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  3. Visiting Ripley's Aquarium is on my bucket list. I think we're going in August. Maybe I'll check into getting a City Pass first.

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  4. Nova Scotia

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  5. My sister has a season's pass for my nephew. He loves going and discovers new things every time.

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  6. I live in Ontario and still have yet to go.

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  7. My daughter has gone to it, she really enjoyed it.

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