Oregon Coast AquariumCurrently Closed
- Address: 2820 SE Fry, Ste RD, 97365, Portland, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5418673474
- Fax: +1-5418676846
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Aquarium, Social, Zoos, Aquariums And Wildlife Sanctuaries
If you are a wildlife lover, Oregon Coast Aquarium is the best place to visit in Portland, United States.
Home to many wildlife species, Oregon Coast Aquarium in Portland has been attracting many visitors since years. Watching these wild animals in their natural habitat is a treat for all the animal lovers. It would be wise to gather all the information about this place before you plan to visit it. On this page, you will find its address, contact number, entrance fee, and operational hours. A brief description provides more details about it such as the year of establishment, the area it occupies, and a variety of species that can be spotted here. Many guided tours of this wildlife oasis are also available. By availing these, you will get a thorough knowledge about the place as well as about the species it houses. You can find such tours here that are powered by TripHobo, Get Your Guide, Viator, Musement, and Headout.
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0.3% of people who visit Portland include Oregon Coast Aquarium in their plan
50% of people start their Oregon Coast Aquarium visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Oregon Coast Aquarium
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Oregon Coast Aquarium
This place is perfect. It is not too big or too small and the exhibits are entertaining. My 2 year old son loves the touch tank and the shark tunnel. As for prices the Oregon Zoo has reciprocity for one month a year where you can get in for free if you are members. Even if you are not members the aquarium is still amazing.
Ok, mixed feelings. The shark tank is cool. Normally we have appreciated that they have a discount for local residents. But today I brought my two kids and couldn't prove that they lived in Newport, so we all left disappointed. I suppose they are a business and have the right to set their own rates, but we've been a family for 20 years, It was weird to require documentation for that. (I offered to show family pictures).
I cannot believe the bad reviews that I have read about this aquarium. This place was not huge and not that inexpensive but the employees are friendly and the volunteers are knowledgeable and it is clean... the Puffins are amazing. The Sea Otters are too. Harbor Seals really neat. All the exhibits are good sized except the vulture one is small... So many exhibits are something that I could just sit and relax and get lost watching. Very peaceful. Very impressive.
I can't possibly do this place justice through photography off a tablet and lack of time! It would take days to even scratch the surface of the variety to see here and try and capture in a picture with a top,of the line camera! I've enjoyed several aquariums around the country, and this one did not disappoint in the slightest, even though appearing small which was not quite the case once inside and trying to view everything. The staff was available and extremely helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable. We missed the lights at night for the holidays, but I can imagine it was awesome and we will try to catch it in the future. The great thing is like most aquariums things are always changing, but this one is constantly changing as the rehabilitated marine life is sent back to the wild blue. I witnessed a crab loose a piece of his leg to a green sea anime that was for awhile appearing it may win the fight! Never underestimate the cute little squishy things that perhaps appear un-equipped and helpless for the surroundings and meal options! It just may take a leg! This was an absolute win for the whole family and the youngest kid in the group is 42! This is a place where anytime is time to play and have fun at any age!
What a wonderful place to take the family. It is all handicap accessible as we had my son in his wheelchair. In the tidal touch area they have a volunteer place the various starfish and urchins into a pail so he could touch also. The fish were amazing with a glass tunnel thru the shark and big fish tank. I personally found that my newer cellphone took better pictures than my expensive large camera. All the pictures are from my cellphone.