This aquarium is pretty small and not as impressive as some of the bigger aquariums. And it is kind of pricey considering how small it is.
Admission is around $10.
However, the museum is interesting and it does have a very unique seahorse exhibit.
The seahorse exhibit is more exhaustive than at any big aquarium. They have a huge variety of seahorses and they are also constantly breeding seahorses, so you can actually see the babies at different stages of their life, from as young as a couple of weeks.
The rest of the acquarium is pretty standard, with nothing that particularly stands out.
However, if you are interested in seahorses, then this is a great place to visit.