Chattanooga Aquarium Trip

Chattanooga Aquarium Trip was a must after working so hard all week.  My husband and I decided to take our little 3 years old to the Aquarium since she is old enough to really enjoy it.  The drive wasn’t bad at all, the traffic was fine, however, finding a parking space is sometimes very hectic.  We paid almost $80.00 for all our tickets since she is three she is not free anymore.  So if your child is under 3 years old then it’s totally free.

When we got inside the aquarium they scanned our tickets and took our pictures hoping that you will buy it after your sightseeing in the aquarium.  The first show we have watched was the sea lion, our little girl enjoyed the show but we didn’t finish it because she wants to explore the aquarium. Although we’ve visited the aquarium before at that time she was not really old enough to enjoy all the animals.

It was a lot of fun watching her smile, and get excited with all the fishes, snakes, turtle, butterfly, and to be able to touch the stingray.  All we heard before arriving at the aquarium is that for her to touch the stingray. One thing though she was scared with the shark, even though we told her that there is a glass in between us, still she was scared.  It was a quick trip to the aquarium, however, the memories we have created with our little girl is priceless.  It’s a fulfillment inside knowing that our princess had a blast even though daddy and mommy were tired.

The Chattanooga Aquarium is beautiful and the staff is very friendly and helpful. A lot of people visited the aquarium that time he was there.  Very educational to our kids I must say and for the price, it’s definitely worth it. After our visit to the aquarium, we decided to ate lunch at one of the restaurants near where we park.  Rita’s serve all sort of ice cream as well as easy and delicious lunch. Our little girl wanted to have some ice cream, and my husband and I ordered a quesadilla.

The food at Rita’s was really good, we enjoyed it a lot.  The price was not bad, especially it’s being downtown Chattanooga. I’d say we pay $6.95 on a big quesadilla that is enough for me and my husband.  Our Chattanooga Aquarium Trip was a lot of fun. Definitely recommend visiting the Chattanooga Aquarium if you haven’t yet.

Have you visited the Chattanooga Aquarium yet? What did you think about it? Let me down below, and share what other nice aquarium have you visited.






14 thoughts on “Chattanooga Aquarium Trip

  1. We haven’t been in forever!! My husband & I were driving downtown the other day & he mentioned how we need to get annual passes. Hopefully we will remember this time! 🙂

  2. This looks awesome! I will absolutely visit this aquarium next time I am in that town. Thanks for sharing I didn’t even know this was there!

  3. Looks like your daughter had a blast. It is really nice to see family bond together like this. Wish I can visit that place too. (Hoping) I’m too far away. But since you gave me an idea to look some place my kids can enjoy this weekend. God Bless your family!

  4. Looks like your daughter is having a blast. It’s nice to see a family bond like this. Wish I can go there too (Hoping) but I’m so far away. Makes me thinking to plan a getaway this weekend with the fam. Family time is always the best!

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