Don't expect much here
The park is very small, which in itself could be overlooked, but the tanks and enclosures that held each animal seemed almost cruel how small they were (with the exception of the sting ray tank and dolphin tank). Many of the outdoor exhibits also looked dirty- this could have just been natural alge, but large quantities were found in practically every exhibit. At the touch pool there were no staff present overseeing, and other guests (mostly children, but some adults) were tossing the starfish around and taking them out of the water to take selfies- these are living animals, not props. There were a few signs posted but they were completely disregarded. We had planned on watching the dolphin show with our children but there were no spaces being left in between parties for social distancing, people without masks sat on top of each other so we decided it was in our best interests to leave. We have visited numerous aquariums in the US and this one is just not up to par with them. It took us (2 adults, 2 toddlers) about 60 minutes to walk through the entire aquarium (including taking a few sitting breaks and getting a drink at the concession area- which were reasonably priced). I feel overall this was not worth the price of admission.