Miami Seaquarium in Miami, FL

4400 Rickenbacker CausewayMiami, FL 33149
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Calling all marine life lovers! Come explore life underwater at Miami Seaquarium. From animal encounters to mesmerizing exhibits, there’s so much to discover about our aquatic friends. Don’t forget to take in a dolphin or sea lion show while you’re here. The whole family will enjoy seeing manatees, penguins, seals, tropical fish and so much more. Plus, be sure to try out our obstacle course!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Miami Travel Experts
  • Open 365 days a year.
  • Selfie sticks are prohibited from the aquarium and park for the safety of guests and animals.
  • Features a wide range of experiences, from dolphin shows to an aerial obstacle course.
  • Exhibits teach guests about sea conservation, rescue, and rehabilitation.


from Miami Seaquarium
Sunshine, sealife and surprises
Whether swimming deep beneath the surface or leaping high above the water, the sealife of Miami Seaquarium® will delight and astound. Take a look at all we have to offer. There's an experience for every member of the family. On a 38-acre tropical paradise, the Miami Seaquarium® is where conservation and education go hand in hand, sea lions delight children of all age, and endangered sea turtles and manatees find a safe haven. Enjoy a world-class marine-life entertainment park with a variety of fun things to do in Miami, South Florida. From eight different marine animal shows, astonishing daily presentations, and a variety of educational tidbits along the way, Miami Seaquarium® is a place of inspiration, education - and fun!

General Admission: General Admission includes all day access to the Seaquarium. daily admission includes a fun filled day of marine-life shows and exhibits on 38 beautiful acres overlooking the Miami skyline.

Dolphin Odyssey: You’ll have the opportunity to kiss, hug and dance with one of these amazing mammals. Hold on tight! You’ll swim into deeper water for an amazing dorsal pull across the pool! Must be 52” or taller. 14 people max per session.

Reef Encounter/ Sea Trek: You’ll put on a space-age diving helmet that makes it effortless to breathe underwater! Then, you’ll descend into our amazing reef tank filled with tropical fish, stingrays, turtles, eels and more!

Dolphin Encounter: This shallow-water dolphin experience includes many of the behaviors in an Odyssey. You’ll get to touch and kiss and even feed your dolphin, but there is no swimming (except by our dolphins and they’re pretty good!). 28 people max per session.

Seal Swim: These playful mammals just love interacting with our guests. You’ll enjoy a free swim with our seals and then our trainers will guide you through some behaviors – seal kisses, seal hugs and more!

Parking Fees:
  • Car or Motorcycle – $10 per day
  • Passenger Van, Limo, Camper, or RV – $10 per day

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"Sad and Disgusting"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 22, 2018 NEW
I wish there was a way to negatively rate. This place is an atrocious nightmare for these poor creatures sentenced to carry out their lives here. The orca tank isn’t even up to government standards for size (which are still awful). Miami Seaquarium has been promising to build a bigger tank for poor Lolita since 1978 and not one thing has been done. PLEASE do not support these sick criminals or any other organization ripping these smart, social creatures from their families. Orcas are very sociable animals by nature and poor Lolita has been confined to a life alone, in a bath tub. I pray this place is shut down. #Freelolita
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Naples, Florida
"Bad news/good news"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2018 NEW
Miami Seaquarium is small and dirty. We visited on a Saturday and a couple of the exhibits were closed, a feeding station was closed, and the glass viewing areas are dirty. We were standing in line at a restaurant and a security alarm went off telling people to evacuate the building, no one moved. Good news is the dolphin swim. It was well organized, try not to get the 3:15PM time slot as they put us on the back side of the pools and the glare from the sun was very distracting for picture taking. Of course, their pictures for $95-135 came out great. Staff was a little cranky by the end of the day too. This is definitely NOT the best Florida has to offer. $4.27 for a 20oz Gatorade! Also check area activities to make sure nothing major is going on in that area as we were stuck in traffic for 35 minutes due to a boat show and Republicans meeting at the Ritz. Very heavy security.
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Inge K
"Kids liked it"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2018 NEW
Renovations still going so felt a bit lost. Bathrooms need a update but it was interesting and kids liked seeing animals. The Orka needs a bigger pool and I hope that is being upgraded. Dolphins was good show but Sea Lions best show of them all. Staff mostly friendly.
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Katy, Texas
"Very sad place."
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2018 NEW
We had a few hours to kill before a flight so quickly googled aquariums and headed there - we were so devastated to see and orca in a tiny tank doing tricks - this place is not an aquarium that (as they state) are involved in conservation- this place is a million miles from that - my daughter is who is 8 burst out crying when she saw the orca - how can they keep these creatures like this - if you love animals and sea life don’t go 😢
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Louise M
"Awful dirty tanks and sad animals"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2018 NEW
The tanks are dirty and the whales are sad. Whales are sociable animals and should not be kept in this way. They dont tell you this when you are looking at the advertisements and I thought it would be a happy place. You can see the whales sadness and when you read about the back story it is truly heartbreaking. I wouldnt go again. My children tried to ask staff about the whale and how she was taken from her mother in the wild as a calf. Also why she is being kept on her own when whales are sociable and should live in pods with their families. The staff were really rude to my daughter and made her cry. Then we went to eat and food was really overpriced. The chips were half cold and they were soggy. After lunch I saw a trainer shouting at a dolphin that wasnt doing as they wanted. Ovrall an AWFUL experience. This is outdated treatment of animals. We have enough awareness of the intelligence of these animals than to treat them as slaves for petty 'entertainment'. I cant believe I paid for this! Please choose to go on a boat trip and see wild dolphins instead. Don't pay for this abuse.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Miami Seaquarium

Can I bring my pet to Miami Seaquarium?
No. Legally-certified service dogs are the only type of pet or outside animal allowed within the park. This policy is in place for the safety of our guests, employees, and marine animals.

Are strollers or wheelchairs available to the public?
Yes. Wheelchairs and strollers are available for rent on a first come, first serve basis. These can be found at the Guest Services area at the front of the park.

How long will it take me to complete the entire park?
It takes guests approximately four hours to tour the entire park. Guests are welcome to stay as long as they need during operating hours to experience the entire park, shows, and available animal encounters and experiences.

What are the hours of operation?
Miami Seaquarium is open all year long from 10:00am to 6:00pm. Hours of operation are subject to change due to private events, inclement weather conditions, or other outside factors.

What time are the shows each day?
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our animals, the show times vary each day and are established the morning of. Generally, it is best to arrive at 9:30am or 12:00pm to see the full cycle of shows scheduled for that day.

If you have questions about the shows being held on the day of your visit, please ask one of our onsite employees.

What should I wear if going to the park?
It is recommended that guests wear comfortable clothing with the day’s forecast in mind. All attire must be family-friendly in nature. In addition, jewelry that poses a potential threat or hazard to our animals will be asked to be removed.

Can I bring a camera to the park?
Yes. Personal photography is allowed throughout the park, with the exception of our animal interactivity opportunities. Photography poses a threat and safety hazard to our animals and guests during these experiences.