Miami Seaquarium, Miami

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Miami Seaquarium, Miami - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, United States

Phone: +1-3053615705

Ticket Price: 45 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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The oldest oceanarium in the USA is also home to the killer whale Lolita, but the orca shows are just the tip of the iceberg. Here, they’ll let you swim with dolphins, or seals, for a fee of course. Shout commands, feed them fish snacks, kiss them and generally make a new, sleek friend. You can even chill with a sea lion, a creature that looks like a sleek pug of the sea. For photographs, let the guides handle it, who’ll provide you with disposable underwater cameras. Just listen to the guides. Miami Seaquarium is one of the attractions in 4 Days Itinerary Miami and 3 Days Itinerary Miami. Must visit this awesome attraction.

Miami Seaquarium Information

  • Souvenirs and photographic memorabilia are exorbitantly priced.

Miami Seaquarium Ticket Prices

  • Daily Ticket: $44. 99, Child: $34. 99
  • For annual passes and other tours, refer to the website.

Miami Seaquarium Opening and Closing Hours

  • Refer the official calendar for the daily timings.

How To reach Miami Seaquarium by Public Transport

  • 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway

Restaurants Near Miami Seaquarium

  • Toro Toro
  • Naoi Miami
  • Urban Bistro

 

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  • We went for my girlfriends birthday and we really believe that the staff at this place is planning a mass suicide because they all look absolutely miserable...the park is basically empty and i can understand why....i felt like i needed a metaphorical shower after i left because i needed to wash the memory away. Half of the exhibits were closed because of Hurricane Irma which I understand but that was never mentioned to me during purchase....Extremely disappointing experience. We were in Mexico a couple months ago and the aquariums and experiences were breathtaking....this makes me sad to be an American. Thanks Miami Seaquarium, for robbing me of those few hours of my life i will never get back. The only good part was the one skinny tall dolphin trainer, he was cool, but even the other dolphin trainers were rude to some of the foreign guests.

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  • A great place but overpriced. 50 bucks entry then each action adventure at separate charges of 25 bucks. The dolphin show is hopeless only talk and talk and talk that too useless. The seal show and killer whale show are really fun. Worth. Other lot of areas are closed due to hurricane Irma which the person at ticketing would never tell you. For small kids it's good to see. The penguins and most underwater creatures in hard glass cases. The information team is super boring and total waste . It's a nice place overall if managed properly. Need lot of improvement in the show timings . If u plan to go please reach around 10am. Don't go in noon as many activities would be closed.

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  • I thought the park was great. Lots of people having fun. The animals are well taken care of. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. We had a great time.

  • I have been to the seaquarium many times before.My experience there hasn’t been very good nor bad. I did the dolphin odyssey and the sea trek reef encounter. The reef encounter was amazing and I would give it a ten. The dolphin odyssey was great, but the wetsuit was kind of gross and the waiting room was hot and filled with traps. However, the facilities were gross and the tank Lolita the whale was kept in was WAY to small for her. The entrance price was outrageous. 45 dollars for a badly kept aquarium! The worst part was when I was in the children’s park I cut my foot with a rusty nail! Thankfully I got cut and not a younger person. The manager was really nice and we got our money back and annual passes. This was a very nice review for the facility they have. If you care about animal rights and good food/facilities , you should maybe just go to another aquarium or join the protesters next to the seaquarium!

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  • Went there about a year ago and paid the $90 or whatever it was for two people. To echo everyone else (putting it mildly) it was atrocious. None of the animals/fish seemed to be cared for, the park was empty, and none of the employees knew anything about the exhibits they were running. I spoke with a manager and got my money back. I would absolutely under no circumstances promote anyone to support this place unless the money was 100% being used to release anything living, or to bring them to a facility that will properly care for them in humane conditions.

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