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Miami Seaquarium Verified

3.50 / 5

Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium is best place to experience a family paradise on Miami Beach, Miami Seaquarium offers world-class sea life exhibits ( Dolphins, Seals and Penguins) and wildlife experiences. There are many other things to do with kids in Miami, but nothing can compare to a day spent at Miami Seaquarium.

Our affordable passes, aquarium tickets and swims allow you to be inspired by our marine animals. Miami Seaquarium offers a variety of unique interactive and educational experiences.

Come to Miami Seaquarium with your kids and investigate the amazing nature world we call home. There is a lot of to learn for kids and give them actual experience with sea animals and our park give too much to learn and explore.

Our homeschool topics features discussions on animals in the ocean, South Florida habitats, endangered species, and conservation. Each homeschool class has a hands-on component which can include labs, animal interactions, dissections, and crafts reflective of the course topic.

Miami Seaquarium Packages:

  • Dolphin Odyssey — Starting at $210
  • Dolphin Encounter — Starting at $110
  • Seal Swim — Starting at $110
  • Penguin Encounter — Starting at $105
  • Sea Trek Reef Encounter — Starting at $99
  • Trainer for a Day — Starting at $495
  • Daily Ticket — Ages (10+): $45.99 And Ages (3-9): $35.99



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  • Address 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149, USA
  • William Bayly

    Rating: 3 / 5

    Great place for small children, but be aware that there is a parking fee, (not mentioned on the website). The entrance fee is OK, but then the food and drinks are very expensive.

  • Mandy Brown

    Rating: 4 / 5

    We went for Mother’s Day, so I had a Free admission and my whole family was half off!! Great deal… The animals are well kept! For the exception of Lolita the Orca Whale she is kept in a very small space where she also entertain the autience.

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