There's Always Something Fun Happening at Miami Seaquarium!

Kids trick-or-treating for halloween

Monster Splash Halloween Bash

October 26-28

Monster Splash returns with more ghoulish fun, trick-or-treat stations, Flipper's Dance Party, Rides & Inflatables and so much more! Halloween activities from 11 am to 4pm. Pre-sale tickets on sale now!

Manatee feeding inside Miami Seaquarium pool

Manatee Awareness Month


Join us throughout the month of November as we spread awareness and conservation messages about manatees! Every Saturday we are offering fun activities and different ways to learn about manatee conservation. Visit our calendar for more details!

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Miami Seaquarium Chef with costume characters

Tastes of Miami

December 26-30

Spice up your holiday season by joining us for the 1st annual “Tastes of Miami,” a Latin & Caribbean food and music festival. Sample delicious Latin and island dishes. Sway to the infectious rhythms and beats. Dance along with some of the best local music artists while kids can have fun in their own play area with bounce houses, plus much more. Come celebrate what makes Miami the crossroads of the Americas.

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Mother and daughters with sea lion

Mommy and Me

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

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Girl getting a kiss by sea lion

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.