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Mystic Aquarium
Yelp average rating of 4
282 Reviews
55 Coogan Blvd
Stonington, CT 06355
+1-860-572-5955
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Category: Aquariums

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2017-06-06 - Jess C.
I went here during a mini weekend getaway, and honestly I centered the trip around JUNO! haha I really wanted to come here to see this youtube sensation of...- Read More
2017-06-11 - Min Y.
Its a small quaint aquarium. Probably can tour the entire facilities in about 2 hours. We got the slightly more expensive ticket that included the 4D Lego...- Read More
2017-05-27 - Elizabeth S.
I work for the school department and recently went on a Field Trip with 65 excited second graders and a few chaperones to Mystic Aquarium. The bus parking...- Read More
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2017-01-11 20:33:27 - Sagemarie D.(1)

Where we parked in the parking lot there was a high step but other than that the parking wasn’t bad. There was almost no one at the aquarium the day we went, if you want to avoid the crowd go either after school hours or during the winter. Getting the tickets was easy and accessible, though the counter was kind of high. The main entrance is entirely outside so be prepared to dress for the outside weather, the inside exhibits are a good temperature. Everything was pretty accessible for me and my cane, there was an exhibit with stairs but it’s not a necessary part of enjoyment. The sea lion show is upstairs and there is an elevator. The bathroom I used had two doors which were kind of heavy but the bathroom itself was extremely clean. There are three touch exhibits, the ray tank, the shark tank, and the touch tank. The ray and shark tank were my favorites and if you pay a little at the information desk you can feed the rays. There were railings, benches, and interactive exhibits. Overall I’d say that this is a pretty good trip on accessibility and fun.
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