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Miami Seaquarium tickets

Gate Prices Adult $48.14
Child (3-12) $37.44

Watch live dolphin shows, see shark and crocodile feedings, and get up-close and personal with the best of Florida’s marine life at this 38-acre nature-lover’s paradise. Miami Seaquarium, since 1955, has been delighting visitors with an exciting display of the Sunshine State’s finest asset—its wildlife.

There is no better way to get to know the Sunshine State than by getting to know its most exciting attribute—its aquatic life. Dolphins, killer whales, manatee, sharks, turtle…Florida has it all. The Miami Seaquarium provides a full day of fun for visitors of all ages, and given its setting on 38 acres of tropical paradise, you’ll see Florida nature at its finest. Visitors can opt to add on one of Miami Seaquarium Animal Encounters. Whether you are interested in swimming with the Dolphins or Harbor Seals or taking an underwater walking journey with Sea Trek we have something for everyone. Advance reservations are required. Special Pricing applies.

What will you see at Miami Seaquarium?

Top Deck Dolphin Show: Thrill to the high-flying antics of bottlenose dolphins as they perform breathtaking leaps and rolls. Guests thrill to the acrobatics of these agile marine mammals as they brave “rough waters” during the Rock n’ Roll Cruise. The Top Deck dolphins can be viewed anytime throughout the day from above and below the water. Keep your eyes open you might be able to spot a baby dolphin depending on when you visit.

Golden Dome Sea Lion Show: Enjoy the hilarious adventures of Salty the Sea Lion and his Reef Rangers. This comedic playlet allows the sea lion and seal stars to show off their athletic and comedic abilities as they explore the reef searching for a littering diver. You, too, can be a Reef Ranger by helping protect our waters from trash and recycling whenever possible.

Killer Whale and Dolphin Show: There’s only one place where you’ll find Pacific white-sided dolphins living, playing and performing alongside a killer whale! Be amazed and delighted by Lolita the Killer Whale and her exotic Pacific white-sided dolphin friends as they show off their natural grace, beauty and intelligence through the special relationship between animal and trainer.

Flipper Dolphin Show: The new Caribbean themed show, with a new set, music, and behaviors will let everyone know what Flipper has been up to in recent years. While the show demonstrates that Flipper’s surroundings may have changed, his core commitment to helping out when there is a need has not. In addition, a new historic display of images and nostalgia from the original TV show will be on exhibit at the entrance of Flipper's stadium.

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Getting In

Present your pass at the Guest Services Window to the left of the park entrance. Parking is $8.00 and is not included with your ticket.

Hours

Daily, 9:30 am-6:00 pm. Last admission is at 4:00 pm.

Closings

Open 365 days a year.

Note

Parking is $8.

Address

4400 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

Driving Directions

I-95 S, to Exit 1 (Miami Seaquarium), and follow the signs to Key Biscayne and Rickenbacker Causeway. US-1 N, exit to right just before the I-95 on-ramp, and follow the signs to Key Biscayne and Rickenbacker Causeway.
 

Reviews for Miami Seaquarium

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Great Experience, Tons of Fun!
By Jaz09 Verified Reviewer from Miami, FL on
Pros:
Online Ticket Purchasing, clean, Shows, Educational Presentations, Exhibits, Ride, Park Staff
Cons:
none
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Miami Seaquarium:

My sister and I got to the park early on a Monday in order to avoid some of the FL sun and any long lines that we may run into. We started off our day by looking at some exhibits. We were excited to go to all of the shows that the Seaquarium has to offer. The whale and dolphin show was our favorite! The animals interacted amazingly with their trainers and we got splashed by Lolita the whale! The Sea Lions show was cute and funny. Make sure to catch them all, its well worth it! The Manatee program that the Seaquarium offers is amazing! They rescue Manatees that have been run over by boats or have been hurt and they give them a home to recuperate at, they then release them back. It was great learning about this! The bathrooms were easy to find and the food was good. My sister and I decided to buy the Florida pass (year long pass)! I was so excited when I found out that they offered this pass. I will surely come to the Seaquarium monthly, I can't wait for my next visit!

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[ 1 of 5 customers found this review helpful ]

Orca pool was so small it can't be legal
By Karrie Verified Reviewer from New Zealand on
Cons:
One Orca no others, Rusty and OLD, Orca pool too small
Best Uses:
Close it
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Miami Seaquarium:

The Orca did not have any other Orcas to talk to, it is in a tiny pool and had dolphins in with it. There wasn't another tank where it could go to swim or dive. Very sad place

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[ 7 of 8 customers found this review helpful ]

Disappointing and Too Expensive~
By Superfly89 from Miami Beach, FL on
Pros:
None
Cons:
Small Animal Tanks, Rusty and OLD, Needs so much repair work, Expensive, Very few exhibits, Nothing like SeaWorld
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Miami Seaquarium:

We visited Seaquarium this weekend and it was far too expensive for what it really was. It is nothing like Sea World or any other aquarium I've been to. It's very run-down and needs a lot of repair work... There were only 8-9 exhibits, three of which were dolphin tanks! It was not very interesting and the shows very very short, despite the long lines to get into each one. The food was pretty crummy and the parking was $8 (not to mention, each person must pay [$] for admission!) Other complaints we had were that the bathrooms were dirty and there were no shady places to relax. Additionally, the animal cages and pools were super small.

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