Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto, Toronto

To make the most of our short trip to the Toronto area, we managed to find some time and visit the newly opened aquarium in downtown Toronto. As you can see in the first photo, it's not hard to find the newest attraction in Canada's largest city: right at the foot of Toronto's biggest symbol, the CN Tower.
The Ripley's Aquarium of Canada opened to the public about 2 1/2 months ago on October 16, 2014. We've heard stories that since then the place is always full of long lines and crowds, so we prefer to buy the ticket online and leave it to go later.
And although the entrance is somewhat salty (almost CAD $30 per person) and the crowd inside (even at night), we found the tour super cool and well worth it. There are more than 13,500 animals in 5.7 million liters of water, in beautiful and large tanks, tunnels and more. We filled our eyes and loved to see Alice marvel at learning more about marine life.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Entrance

Part of the central area of the aquarium


This is the coolest tank, the one you can walk underneath in a tunnel…
Passing through the tunnel and seeing so many sharks
Shark – nurse

Shark meeting

Saw shark resting over glass

Alice wasn't convinced it was a good idea…
We found Nemo!

I think it was the part alice liked the most: finding Nemo and Dory!
Photo credit: Carol

Nemo and Dory

So much peace!

Is that mouth big?

Affection!! Lol

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