Aquarium Of The PacificCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States, Los Angeles
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5625903100
- Ticket Price: 30 USD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Aquarium, Family And Kids
Aquarium of the Pacific is most definitely one of the best attractions to visit in Los Angeles with your kids. Located in Long Beach, this place has all sorts of activities to keep your kids amused for an entire day. The best time to visit this attraction is spring with different activities planned for different days. It has various unique programs such as music inspiration taken from sea jellies, or animal activities to entertain the animals as well as keep the family close together for a long day here.
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- Discounts are offered for groups of ten or more people.
- You can buy tickets online.
- Adult - $29.95
- Children (3 -11 years) - $17.95
- Senior (62+) –$26.95
- For other ticket details – visit the official website.
- Closed on Grand Prix of Long Beach (15th,16th and 17th April, 2016).
- Nearby bus stop: Aquarium of the Pacific NE
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7% of people who visit Los Angeles include Aquarium Of The Pacific in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
60.32% of people start their Aquarium Of The Pacific visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Aquarium Of The Pacific
92.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Aquarium Of The Pacific
Expansive and detailed exhibits that are interesting and fun for kids of all ages. Sea otters, sea lions, octopus, rays, sharks... just to make a few. Our 3 generation household had a great time there. Gift shop is nice and has lots of little gifts for kids on the way out. Beautiful location.
Awesome aquarium! I have always loved this aquarium since I was young. In my most recent visit we took my school's students for an educational trip. Our educational guide started us off with some educational activities about marine life identification. The students enjoyed this activity, and the touch tank in the room. We were also given time to visit the aquarium exhibits. There was a lot to see, and a lot of cool facts to learn. The aquarium takes very good care of the sea life they have as well, and the location is very clean.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is a great museum to see live fish and learn about the ocean. Even though, it might look small from the outside, it is 2 floors with an outside courtyard filled with animals. There are lots of type of fish, frogs, and water mammals to see. The place is very interactive and a good place for kids to learn about the ocean. My favorite parts are the shark lagoon, the penguins, and the sea otters. There is a lot of jellyfish that it feels after seeing one you have seen them all. Overall, the place is very cool and it’s fun to be able to see the animals living in the ocean.
This was my first time visiting, and it was really interesting to see all the animals. There was educational information about each one in the display. There were lots of schoolchildren today, and they were having plenty of fun as well. There are touch tanks and other interactive activities. What impressed me the most was that each staff member was not only polite, but they all seemed to enjoy being there, and they were very patient with everyone. I hope to make this somewhere that I can visit regularly.
The aquarium is fantastic. There is plenty great displays, lots of different marine animals on offer with accompanying information relevant to California. The touch pools are a nice touch. When buying tickets you should look at including a cruise. I went on the Whale Watching cruise, 2 1/2 hrs, got to see a huge pod of dolphins, some sea lions and a Humpback Whale. It was an awesome experience, all narrated by a naturalist from the aquarium.