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October 2, 2006
From journal Green Mountain Getaway (Aug. 2006)
Woodstock, New York
July 12, 2006
There aren't as many types of fish on display here as there are at other aquariums I've visited. The focus is mainly on the local environment and the inhabitants of its local waters - not only fish, but also plant life and even tribes of people who have lived along the shores. I learned a good deal, but was a little disappointed, if only because it wasn't quite what I expected.
At the end of our visit, we found the "Grossology" exhibit, which is on display at the aquarium until September 4th. At this point, we succumbed to the child-like atmosphere and played a giant operation game (yes, like you remember from when you were a kid, with the red nose that lights up when your tools hit the sides), guessed the smells trapped in bottles, and played a quiz game that taught us about gross bodily functions.
Capping off the day this way made it a little more fun. All in all, I'd recommend the aquarium wholeheartedly to those with children, but not so much to those without.
From journal Stowe and Burlington VT
Cortlandt Manor, New York
January 3, 2005
The check-in desk at Smuggler's Notch has brochures, maps, and if you ask them to look for them, discount coupons for ECHO behind the counter ($1 off per admission).
Check out ECHO Leahy Center Vermont .
From journal Smuggs' Family Fun!
Keene, New Hampshire
April 25, 2004
From journal Springtime in Smuggler's Notch
Rothesay, New Brunswick
May 30, 2004
From journal Things to see within an hour's drive of Stowe