Continuing on with my vacation adventures, Part 2 of the extreme self-made walking tour to make sure our legs would hurt at the end of the day is all about the Seattle Aquarium.
I love Aquariums and its always a blast to visit. The Seattle Aquarium is pretty big with a lot of walking areas inside and outside there are viewing areas for seals and river otters and sea otters. We had a lot of time here mostly because I insisted that this place we don’t rush. If they were going to rush, they could do the next thing without me. My objective for Seattle was to go to the Seattle Aquarium so that was my one request. Luckily, they didn’t ditch me because I would have regretted not going to the spot afterwards for the Underground Tour which I talked about HERE for a photo challenge a few weeks ago.
Let’s go check out the Seattle Aquarium!
Windows on Washington Waters
Life on the Edge: Touch Pools, Moon Jellies, Giant Octopus
Pacific Coral Reef & Tropical Pacific
The actual Underwater Dome is just that last picture but I’m starting to get a little confused as to why there was more corals and sea creatures between after the Birds area. I’m a little confused but you get the idea, right?
Marine Mammals: Sea Otters, Harbour Seals, Northern Fur Seals, River Otters
There really are no words for the Seattle Aquarium. There were a ton of really neat corals and fishes and much much more. I loved it a lot! Its worth every penny. The Underwater Dome made it hard to take good pictures but standing in it was really nice. Plus, the seals and otters are really alive and happy. It shows that they seem happy with the environment they are in since they come off as extremely playful. You have the above and underwater viewing for those so its really well thought out.
Part 3 will be coming up to wrap up Day 1 of Seattle. I just didn’t want to overload the posts with too many pictures. I’m a little surprised Seattle took up that much time and we haven’t even started Alaska which will have a ton of different segments, other than pictures, one special segment that I’m getting stuff together for but I think it’ll be a finale and also my views on my first time cruising. Just a heads on what to expect. My guess is this travel bit is going to span over the next month.
What do you think of the Seattle Aquarium? Have you ever been?