Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Orlando
Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Orlando - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 8449 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
Ticket Price: 25 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Orlando
As the name suggests, the Sea Life Orlando Aquarium in Orlando offers a sea life experience with waves of underwater adventures with species from around the world. A visit to this attraction will give you the opportunity to interact with more than 5,000 creatures including colourful fish, seahorses and jellyfish, turtles and sharks in its 360-degree ocean tunnel. There are a number of activities that will keep you engaged here:
- You will encounter a vast array of sea creatures including sharks, rays and tropical fish as you view the three oceans of the world!
- Surround yourself with turtles and sharks in our immersive 360-degree ocean tunnel.
- Learn how you can do your part through our "Breed. Rescue. Protect." Conservation Program.
- Follow an interactive quiz trail.
- Admire over 30 displays and more than 5,000 sea creatures in a highly themed, immersive setting.
Sea Life Orlando Aquarium Ticket Prices
- Adult: $ 25.00
- Children: $20.00
- Child under 5: Free
- Online tickets are cheaper by a certain percent. Please refer to the website to check further.
- For annual passes and combination tickets refer to the website.
How To reach Sea Life Orlando Aquarium by Public Transport
- By Train: Sand Lake Road
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Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Orlando Reviews - Write a Review
Awesome aquarium. Wish it wasn't larger and there was more "coral reef" exhibits. I love saltwater aquariums and was not happy with what they had to show off for corals. Would be cool to show off coral propagation. Not the most expensive aquarium to visit but like I said wish there was more to see. Cool spot to check out if you have nothing to do and are into fish.
For such a small aquarium it really offers a lot. There are interactive displays for kids and a full 360° view glass tunnel to walk through. We paid an extra $5 per ticket to get the behind the scenes look at where and how they care for and maintain the tanks. If you're considering doing anything at I Drive 360 I'd suggest you get the 3 pack online that includes tickets for Sea Life, The Orlando Eye and the Wax Museum for a bundled price. We bought ours through the Orlando Eye website.
This was actually a great place to take a toddler - plenty here to look at, big enough to be interesting but small enough not to be overwhelming. We spent a few hours here on a weekday morning with our daughter and granddaughter and enjoyed the aquarium displays and habitats. They were very nicely done The underwater tunnel isn't as big as it looks on the website - we were through it almost immediately and momentarily thought we'd missed something - but overall we enjoyed our experience and would take out of town guests tired of Disney there again.
It's not that small. A lot of people review that it's small. It's not huge but there is a ton to do. Touch tank, sharks, rays, turtles, and a great variety of interactive exhibits. The staff was amazing and friendly. We went at night. Probably the last family to go through. We had the place to ourselves. It took about 2 hours to complete. We had our 11 year old boy with us and he loved it. They also had a small play area.
Very surprised how good this was. We've been to a few sea life centres/aquariums before is this is by far the best we've visited. We had free tickets but I would pay to visit. We had a 7 and a 3 year old with us and they loved it. The exhibits are well layed out and different in terms of the way you interact with them, allowing children to crawl under the tanks into a viewing space in a number of areas. Being able to touch the anemones was a great feature aswell with the bonus being the small play area which was good enough for our kids. We were in the centre for a couple of hours and was time well spent.
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