There's Always Something Fun Happening at Miami Seaquarium!

savage ancient seas dinosaurs

Savage Ancient Seas Exhibit

Experience it now!

Immerse inside an ancient aquarium and get up close with a 45-foot long Tylosaurus. Touch fossils, engage with interactive touch screens and submerse yourself in the oceans as they were ages ago. Enjoy this life-like exhibition of these long-extinct animals only at Miami Seaquarium. *Included with park admission.

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Splashtacular Summer

Now - August 18

Don’t miss the coolest thing about summer in Miami! Splashtacular Summer offers kids waves of splashing fun with huge water slides, Salty’s Pirate Playground, and coolest of all, the Spray & Play misting stations. All that plus the comical residents of Penguin Isle! Keep cool and keep playing all summer!

Miami Seaquarium summer campers

Summer Camp

Now - August 16

Let your child enjoy sun-and-fun-filled days of education and conservation at our summer camp for ages 5 -15. Our weekly programs vary by age and skill levels so you can find the program that is just right for your child. Register your child early and save!

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Mommy and Me

"Mommy and Me" is designed to let parents and young children interact and learn about our unique animals. Parent and child will bond over animal interactions, presentations, and arts & crafts. For ages 2-5 years.

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Girl Scout Program

Participate in ocean fun, all while learning valuable life skills and lessons through educational games, experiments, animal interactions and shows.

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Teacher and Family learning during home school class

Home School

Come to Miami Seaquarium® to investigate the amazing world we call home. There is a homeschool class appropriate for any home-school-aged student from kindergarten through high school. 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.