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Mirage Aquarium Summary
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Mirage Aquarium Info
3400 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, 89109
Mirage Aquarium Quick Facts
- More than 60 species from Australia, Hawaii, Tonga, Fiji, the Red Sea, the Marshall Islands, the Sea of Cortez and the Caribbean.
- There are more than 1,000 coral reef animals in the 20,000 gallon tank.
- No live coral is used in the aquarium to preserve the living coral in the oceans around the world.
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The Aquarium which spans the whole front desk, it kind of sucks you in, lucky for me the check in lady had a lot of patience."
This tour is FREE!
Features: Directly behind the check-in counter of the Mirage Hotel and Casino is a 20,000-gallon tank that plays home to a diverse coral reef environment. Sometimes, it proves a little too distracting for guests. Thankfully, the staff at the reception desk are patient.
Why We Go: Aside from checking in to the Mirage, which we also recommend, we like to check out the aquarium because watching the flurry of bright, ecclectic sea life is almost as mesmerizing as staring at a fire.
- Spa Relaxation: Sometimes you just can't be bothered with the task or the price of going to a spa, but watching the angelfish, puffer fish and tangs can be more soothing than any massage.
- Size Matters: This is an aquarium masterpiece. Seriously, it's 53-feet-long, eight-feet-tall and six-feet-deep. The Acrylic measures at four-inches-thick.
Inside Knowledge: The Mirage actually has a team of in-house marine biologists (and we thought they were all at sea) to take care of their coral aquarium. The dedicated team has created an environment unlike any other, with the sea life resident's best interests in mind.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Spend Time Staring: Take an hour out of your day and watch the fish. Opportunities like this don't come along often without scuba gear -- even then, they're rare.
- Don't Spend Time Staring During Check-In: We're waiting in line behind you. While we are also staring at the tank, we want to check in too.