A place worth visiting is an island where you can have a good view of the sea and the city. Ticket prices are not too expensive, it is very suitable for buying annual tickets, because two single tickets are more expensive than annual tickets. Because the aquarium is close to the sea, there are many dolphins. There are many performances every day. You can get a schedule when you enter the aquarium. There are also whales that are hard to see in domestic aquariums. It's a pity that this huge creature is too crooked to live in a small pool. Friendship hints, want to sit in the first row of close appreciation, it is best to wear a disposable raincoat, so as not to be splashed by a thorough cold.
Founded in 1955, the Miami Seaquarium is the oldest oceanarium in the US. It is a must see for everyone who wants to explore close up what kind of fish and animals the surrounding ocean world has to offer. One of the main attractions is the orca whale Lolita - target of harsh criticism by animal rights activists but also star for many Miami school children and tourists who squeal with laughter when they get splashed by this humongous creature. Next to the animal shows, Seaquarium also offers close up encounters with dolphins and seals, the underwater walking tour Sea Trek Reef Encounter, a splash playground and Sharky’s Sky Trail, a climbing course overlooking the other attractions.
The Miami Seaquarium is a 38-acre (15 ha) oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States and is located near downtown Miami. Founded in 1955, it is the oldest oceanarium in the United States. In addition to marine mammals, the Miami Seaquarium houses fish, sharks, sea turtles, birds, reptiles, and manatees. The park offers daily presentations and hosts overnight camps, events for boy scouts, and group programs. Over 500,000 people visit the facility annually. The park has around 225 employees, and its lease payments and taxes make it the third-largest contributor to Miami-Dade County’s revenue.
This place is amazing. Made an appt a few days prior to swim with the Dolphins. That had to have been one of the coolest experiences in my life. We were provided lockers and wetsuits and after a brief orientation were led to the dolphin pools.It is a must do activity if you're in Miami - just over 30 minutes in the pool had a lot of interaction time with the Dolphins - I would do it again in a heart beat.
If your kids are looking to get closer to the animals that live in the sea in Miami, the Seaquarium is the place to take them to experience shows, hands on fun, and animal encounters. Get splashed during the Sea Lion Show, swim with dolphins, or even take a closer look at crocodiles! No matter what sea animals your kids are waiting to see, they are guaranteed to have a great time!
Originally thought that all are indoor, the result is mainly outdoor. It's so hot in Miami that it's hard to enjoy walking outdoors. The content is also general, not as wonderful as the Deep Sea Fish Museum of the Science and Technology Museum. Maybe manatees are rare. Other animals are basically common.
And the show goes on!!! Home of Flipper and Lolita the Whale!...Great for kids!
Swim with the dolphins or see the shows from the Great whale to others.