Acuario Inbursa, Mexico City

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Aquarium · Hidden Gem · Zoo / Aquarium
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Immerse yourself in the depths of the ocean at Acuario Inbursa, the largest aquarium in Mexico located in the Nuevo Polanco district. Visitors can wander around five levels of oceanic corridors and gaze at over 5,000 different marine specimens in the tanks. The aquarium features beaches and tidal pools exhibiting species such as sharks, sea horses, turtles, crocodiles, piranhas, jellyfish, coral, barracuda, and more. Kids can learn about the marine ecosystem through an interactive approach by touching and feeding some of the world's most interesting creatures. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Mexico City trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • It was an extraordinary experience The reception from its staff is impressive. Aquatic species live in excellent conditions, their facilities are really amazing. It's a wonderful place. Everyone... 
    It was an extraordinary experience The reception from its staff is impressive. Aquatic species live in excellent conditions, their facilities are really amazing. It's a wonderful place. Everyone...  more »
  • It's super sad, we saw a couple of dead fish floating around. The water is dirty, the fish seem sad. It's more like a pet store than an aquarium, so so so sad 
    It's super sad, we saw a couple of dead fish floating around. The water is dirty, the fish seem sad. It's more like a pet store than an aquarium, so so so sad  more »
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  • Our kids (6 & 3) loved this outing. It is relatively small, which was not a bad thing for such small kids. The spaces were well kept and the animals looked taken care of. Would suggest going during the week in order to avoid larger crowds.
  • I really loved going, but I had a feeling of sadness to see animals that are not where they belong in their habitat. But I got to see so many species like piranhas, eels, jellyfish, crabs, sharks, turtles, sea urchins, starfish, snakes, iguanas, and much more. What I loved to see the most were the eels, ajolotes and seahorses. The aquarium has one where you see the fish and another where you can touch them interactively. It also has a store where you can buy things to remember. Highly recommended.

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