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Janee P.
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Report | 2 months ago
Expect to be there for awhile, there is so much to see and learn
Lisa V.
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Report | 10 months ago
There are a lot of exhibits, but most geared towards older kids. There were quite a few exhibits under development and stairs to other exhibits were not labeled well. I would only recommend it for kids over 10 but keep in mind it is pretty expensive.
Marlene T.
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Report | 11 months ago
Very neat place to explore with your older children.
Babette R.
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Report | 11 months ago
Note can bring in own food to save on budgeting. We would not have been able to afford without groupon love it!
kathy b.
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Report | 11 months ago
Parking on site is expensive. Park elsewhere and walk a few blocks!
Patricia M.
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Report | 11 months ago
The aquarium is my favorite! It is just really wonderful to see fish swimming all around you as you make your way through the facility.
Becky H.
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Report | 11 months ago
I would suggest going as they open to get a good parking spot!
Trish B.
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Report | 11 months ago
set aside plenty of time... there is a lot to see and do
donna
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Report | 11 months ago
Go to the Hive and sign up for a time slot right away! They fill up fast and the 3D experience is a lot of fun.
Suzanne M.
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Report | 11 months ago
we did not use grouppon
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Discovery World’s 120,000 square feet of exhibits celebrate exploration—both of technology and aquatic life. Guests can gaze at a 75,000-gallon freshwater tank filled with species found in the Great Lakes, stroll down a glass-enclosed tunnel beneath the 65,000-gallon saltwater tank containing colorful Caribbean fish, and admire jellyfish showing off their limber break-dance skills before getting their hands wet in touch tanks with sturgeon, stingrays, and more. The museum further satisfies thirst for watery knowledge with to-scale replicas of the Great Lakes and the Challenge, a 19th-century schooner.

Discovery World houses plenty of exhibits dedicated to innovative technology, including Les Paul’s House of Sound, which features guitars from Les Paul’s own personal collection. Visitors can also practice flying a plane and skywriting marriage proposals in the airplane simulator, or peer inside a nuclear reactor as it generates energy.

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