Our second day was pretty eventful but it doesn’t end there.
The entrance fee for the aquarium was $25 a person and children ages 4 and up $19. The aquarium itself is not huge but you are paying for the presentation really.
It has this very Amazonian, lost civilization, feel to it. Definitely won’t be a whole day thing. Maybe an hour or two. So if you find yourself in Vegas with some time to spare I say give it a go.
It even has a sunken pirate ship theme going on and the kids loved it. Well, Noah and the other older kids. Olivia was too busy sleeping and doing what other 5-month old babies do best.
I don’t really have much to say about the Shark Reef Aquarium. It was fun. Memorable. And has something for the whole family.
So here are a few of our pictures.
There was a special exhibition going on at the time. It has to do with the arctic and was included with our ticket. It even had a simulator. Unfortunately we didn’t go on it because 1) too busy and 2) too loud for Olivia. But, we did do the rest of it. It was interactive which is definitely Noah approved!
As for Hershey’s Chocolate World, if you are a big chocolate fan like Noah this was paradise! It had a variety of kisses, merchandise, cookies, cupcakes, and things to do it was definitely worth to stop by.
Noah saw a big kiss and wanted to take it home. Of course he didn’t but he now knows it’s out there.