From Richmond to Vancouver Center by overhead train, turn from the subway station to No. 240 bus stop 5, then get off at Denman St and walk to Stanley Park for about 15 minutes. The road is full of scenery. Aquarium Adult Ticket 14.95 Canadian dollars, known as North America's third largest.
Vancouver Aquarium is one of the three largest aquariums in North America. More than 7,000 species of marine life are kept in the museum. From marine life in the Arctic Sea to birds, crocodiles and plants in the Amazon forests, you can see them here. And Killer Whale and Beluga swim in the simulated marine ecosystem built for them, allowing people to stay for a long time and satisfy people's fantasies about the giants in these oceans.
This is Vancouver's largest aquarium, located in Vancouver's famous Stanley Park. There are regular performances of marine animals, introduction of the life of various aquatic animals, exclusive souvenirs at the exit. During holidays, tourists like knitting. From the point of view of protecting animals, animal performances should be refused!
I went to the aquarium once again in three months. Jellyfish is one of my favorite marine creatures. Hearing the favorite jellyfish was it, my heart was broken and I met the Badger Show. Finally I went to the aquarium and brought back a grinning husky. Who knows what happened?
It feels like some highlights. Like other Canadian museums, interaction and participation are always divine, deeply touching children and adults with children's hearts. There is a helmet-shaped position under the aquarium, so that children can stick their heads out from below as if they were going to the bottom of the water. As soon as they enter the aquarium, they begin their 4D journey, which will make you thoroughly familiar with the local environment and nature of Vancouver, BC Province. More importantly, before the opening ceremony, salmon-shaped hand dolls and librarians will talk with the children cordially. Moby Dick is the treasure of the warm aquarium. You will find that the seats are cool in the sunless viewing area under the hot weather. Well, there is cold circulating water under the seats to cool down. It is not clear why this is a sunless area. I hope someone can tell me something about it. But these details of care, you have to bear in mind. The underwater window of the dolphin hall is a children's playground. It can be used as a poster doctor to treat the fracture of the small poster. The children are so involved in playing that even my 7-year-old daughter lingers around and refuses to leave. Aquarium is not big, not as big as Pudong Aquarium in Shanghai, but it seems more interesting in terms of interaction and introduction of native organisms.
Vancouver Aquarium has been established for 44 years. It is not only the largest aquarium in Canada, but also one of the top five aquariums in North America. Vancouver Aquarium is located in Stanley Park. It is divided into different exhibition areas according to different geographical environments. It is a good place to view the world's precious marine animals. There are killer whales, beluga whales, colorful tropical fish, plants in the Amazon River, monkeys and birds. Children can also participate in the educational programs held here to get a deeper understanding of the earth on which we live and the surrounding natural environment, to understand the relationship between people and living things and how to better protect our ecological environment.
Suitable for children to learn, there are English explanations, vivid and easy to understand, 4D movies are very intuitive.