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  • Legoland Aquarium?

    Anyone been to the Legoland Aquarium in Carlsbad? Just wanted to know if it's really worth visiting. It looks neat.

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    We went the other day and I have to say that we were disappointed in it. I had a free ticket for teacher appreciation days and could get $9 tickets for my group. We all agreed that it should be part of the regular admission, not an additional fee. It's very small. We were able to see the entire thing in about 20 minutes. The one neat thing was these "bubbles" that let you look up inside some of the tanks.
    Here's my little guy in one:

    They didn't have a very wide variety of fish. I'd rather spend the money on visiting the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla.
    Visit the Hamand Family Blog to see what we've been up to. http://matthamand.blogspot.com

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      Re: Legoland Aquarium?

      Thanks for the reply, I think I will skip it then. I've been to all the big aquariums here in California so it's gotta be real good for me to drive down to see it and that sounds not so good.

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