Opened : 1992
Address : 1801 N Griffin St, Dallas, TX 75202, United States
Timings : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Admission Fee : USD 26.95 + tax (adults), USD 18.95 + tax (ages 3 to 12), USD 22.95 + tax (ages 65 and above), Free (ages 2 and below)
Membership Packages : Individual (USD 120 + tax), Dual (USD 225 + tax), Family (USD 325 + tax, additional USD 120 + tax for Designated Caretaker), Single Parent Family (USD 275 + tax), Grandparents (USD 295 + tax), Single Grandparent (USD 225 + tax)
Conservation Programs : Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela
Key Attractions : American flamingo, Ocelot, Blackeye goby, Zebra angelfish, Shoebill stork, Bali mynah, Radiated Tortoise, Warty chameleon etc.
Dining Options : eighteen-O-one Restaurant, The Jungle Café, Café Maya
Known for its various animal, bird and fish exhibits, the Dallas World Aquarium is located in downtown Dallas, Texas and has been credited with preserving many threatened or endangered animals. Not only does the Aquarium offer the chance to view a large number of exhibits, visitors also have the option of feeding some animals, attending talks, dining and so much more.
The Dallas World Aquarium opened in the year 1992 and is a for-profit aquarium and zoo in downtown Dallas, specifically in the West End Historic District. It is known for its initiative of conserving endangered animals, its cooperative breeding program in conjunction with other global zoos and for its role in educating people about the same. An accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums as well as the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Dallas World Aquarium houses a number of animal, bird and fish species, including three-toed sloths, vampire bats, jellyfish, tamarins etc.
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