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Maui Ocean Center
Aquarium
Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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192 Maalaea Rd Wailuku, HI 96793
192 Maalaea RoadUSHawaiiWailuku96793
(808) 270-7000mauioceancenter.com
AquariumToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Family-friendly, 5-acre aquarium features a variety of species, plus a tide pool & shark tank.- Google
"The tide pool section is fun for kids and the shark tank is cool."
7 reviewers
"The audio tour is useless, the narration has nothing to do with the exhibits."
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Zubaid Kazmi
2 months ago
Useful as a time filler, but not worth going out of your way. The shark tunnel is the best part. We used it as a last atop before the airport after checking out. Kids did enjoy it though.
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Mark Bennett
a week ago
Good for rainy days, but there are larger and more inspiring aquariums to visit.
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Tony Valencia
9 months ago
I don't understand what these people posting negative reviews were expecting for their $25 admission fee. Sea world? I feel like the cost was appropriate for the experience. I would recommend this activity to others.
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Robert Paul
a year ago
I guess if you have a carload of 7-year olds they will find it mildly amusing, it's really just a big tourist trap like DisneyLand. Very expensive, staff pushy in selling photos of you taken at the door, cheap Chinese junk in the giftshop. You wanna see marine life, rent a mask and snorkel for $5 off any beach. This place is a ripoff.
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Linda Kress
4 months ago
Loved the Fin and flipper behind the doors tour. Fantastic, special thanks to Wendy and Nadine. Excellent info and experience, well worth it!!!!!
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Evan Rhea
9 months ago
I left here feeling so depressed - and with a loss in hope for humanity as a species. These animals emanated a sense of sadness and unhealthy vibes. Once glorious creatues have been caged in tiny prisons and flooded in heavy neon lighting to make then look more appealing. Sad, just sad. Only humans destroy the divine presence of God within all creatures in their ignorant attempts to exploit this Earth. I do not support such businesses.
jermaine strayhand
a year ago
Like most aquiriums , interesting exhibits and species of this area. Worth the walk through while visiting Maui. Plus you can learn alittle about the fishys you will see while snorkeling.
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Anish Chari
12 months ago
Do you want to see huge sharks? Giant whales? Seals, dolphins, walruses and all manner of giant sea creatures? Well, save your money and go to Sea World. You won't find any of that here. This is nothing more than snorkeling without a snorkel. There is one nice exhibit with medium sized sharks and rays, but otherwise I how you like coral, LOTS of coral. Oh and I hope you hate money because they are happy to take $25 off each adult. A trip to a pet store is almost as good and free.
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