This cleverly designed aquarium at the water's edge in coastal Bray provides a kid-centric introduction to sea life. A labyrinthine path through the aquarium begins with a rock tunnel carved by a freshwater stream; from there, you follow the water's course toward the open sea, from freshwater river to storm-pounded harbor and finally to the briny deep. Along the way, kids use "magic" glasses to read coded questions and find the answers. In the ocean portion, the emphasis is on scary critters, like sharks and octopus. It's well done, and good family fun, but it's a bit pricey considering its size. However, ticket prices are significantly cheaper if purchased in advance online.