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The Miami Seaquarium is a family-friendly aquarium, home to a wide range of sea creatures, plus it has a set of awe-inspiring marine mammal shows. Home to dolphins, sea lions, tropical fish, tropical birds, and all kinds of turtles, there’s something for everyone to see! Book tickets and plan your trip ahead of time!
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4 tips for visiting the Miami Seaquarium

Jumping dolphins | Photo: Flickr, Leonardo Dasilva – CC by 2.0
When watching the shows decide if you want to get wet or not! If you sit in the front rows of the dolphin or killer whale shows then you’re pretty certain to catch a wave or two, so either get there early to get seats in the splash zone or make sure to sit further back if you’d rather stay dry.
Killer Whale | Photo: Flickr, Leonardo Dasilva – CC by 2.0
When you arrive check the showtimes to see what’s on and what you’ll want to see. Then plan your day around those times to make sure you don’t miss anything!
If you want to get up close to some sea creatures but don’t want to splash out on a dolphin encounter, try the Stingray Touch Tank, where you can stroke and even feed the stingrays.
Need an adrenaline kick? On Saturdays and Sundays, you can try Sharky’s Sky Trail, a 3-story aerial obstacle course with 18 challenges. Open to all over 48” (122 cm) tall, you can test your fear of heights 32 feet above the ground!

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s there to see at the Miami Seaquarium?

The Miami Seaquarium has four unique shows which happen at different times throughout the day, including a killer whale show, two different dolphin shows, and a sea lion show. Exhibits include the shark channel, the tropical reef, and a manatee exhibit, plus lots more! You can also get up close and personal during experiences, from touch pools to dolphin and penguin encounters. You can even try being a trainer for a day! Read more.

When should we visit?

The weather in Miami is warm to hot all year round (though watch the weather reports if traveling during hurricane season), so you can visit at any time of the year. However, the park is busy during school trip season, from March to early April, and make sure to keep hydrated and use sunscreen if you visit during the hot Florida summer. Read more.

How long should we spend at the Seaquarium?

The park recommends that you spend 4 hours there in order to see the shows and all the exhibits. There’s also a play area for children, and you can easily spend a day in the park with young children. Read more.

What should we bring with us to the aquarium?

It’s recommended that you pack a towel and extra clothes (especially if you’re taking part in any activities), and waterproof cases or bags for cameras and phones. Miami can be hot all year round so make sure to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and water to avoid sunstroke. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The park is open from 10 am to 5 pm daily, 365 days a year, although closing times may vary. The ticket office closes at 4.30 pm. Show times vary daily.


Tickets cost $49.99 for adults, or $39.99 for children (aged 3-9), plus 7% Florida sales tax. Children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge. Sharky’s Sky Trail costs an additional $7.


Miami Seaquarium
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

how to get there

Miami Seaquarium can be reached by Subway (Green or Orange lines), TRIRAIL train services, or the number 102 bus. Parking is available and costs $10.


Bag checks may be in operation before visitors enter the park. Selfie sticks, tripods, hoverboards, spray paint, folding chairs, beach umbrellas, tents, radios or musical instruments are not allowed in the park. There are no lockers available inside the venue, please plan accordingly.


Wheelchairs are available to borrow from the park, and most areas are wheelchair accessible. Service animals are permitted. If you or a member of your party has particular needs then the Miami Seaquarium asks that you contact their Guest Services so that they can work to accommodate them.
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