The Miami Seaquarium has been delighting guests with their shows and exhibits since 1955 as one of the oldest oceanariums in the US. Beyond entertainment, you'll have an opportunity to learn about some of the longterm residents as rescues, the programs which bring them to the park, and other fun facts about the sea life of South Florida.
Shows run throughout the regular day, with performances featuring dolphins, sea lions, and even the famous Lolita. You can sit in the splash zone if you're feeling the heat of our local weather, the dolphins can be viewed throughout the day both above and below water.
Various exhibits and presentations showcase sea life through a blend of entertainment and education, you can explore at your leisure and enjoy small "jewel" displays of colorful reef fish right through to the gigantic 750,000-gallon community tank.
Rescue programs and conservation efforts including sea turtle rescue and our own symbol of Florida, the manatee.
The 38-acre site is also home to penguins, sharks and rays, and a touch pool where you're greeted on your way in or have a chance to stop and say "bye" on your way home at the end of the day!
Miami Seaquarium General Admission
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami FL 33149