Scotland's popular tourist attraction is the MacDuff Marine Aquarium located at 11 High Shore. The marine exhibit covers a huge part of the coastline's 800 kms, including a vast sea expanse that stretches from Duncansby Head (which is North from John o; Groats) to the East's Fraserburgh. Visitors to the site will be happy to know that the Moray Firth contains an astounding abundance of marine ecosystems – from the displayed shores with rocks and estuaries that are sheltered, to reefs with kelp and the sea floor that is grainy.
The staff of the Macduff Marine Aquarium know that a lot of wildlife lives within the Moray Firth, so they designed the exhibits in ways that will allow visitors to get up close and personal with many forms of beings that reside under the blue waters of the Moray Firth. The collections that make up the Macduff Marine Aquarium start from the coastline, where visitors will be able to examine the rocky shores and the estuaries. The fascinating exhibits will then lead to the submerged universe of the reef with kelp. Visitors can then try out what it feels like to live under the sea via the touch pools and sea lab, before proceeding to the sea floor and the deep reef.
People who check out the Macduff Marine Aquarium are always in for a treat, although this place is also a great place for learning that caters to students or anyone who is interested to learn about this fascinating world. Visitors are encouraged to come in groups so that they can share the adventure together. There are many customizable tour plans to cater to specific prerequisites, or planners can choose from the available pre-packaged educational tours that provide enrichment for many curriculums.
So planners can get organized, the Macduff Marine Aquarium offers teacher's planning tickets that are free, but must be arranged ahead of time.