Discover the undersea world at the Key West Aquarium!
A Window of Wonder comes alive as expert guides explain the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys. You get to explore it all, without getting wet!
The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, tarpon, sharks, parrotfish and yes, even alligators!
Key West Aquarium has some great experiences during your time there too, including daily shark and turtle feedings and the Touch Tank. Here, kids can enjoy hands on experience with sea life. Have you ever wondered what a star fish felt like? This is the place to do it!
During your visit to this fun aquarium, you will even be able to pet a live shark!
A great experience for the kids is the Sea Turtles Conservation Tour. Here, kids can learn about the sea turtles that have been injured and rescued by the aquarium, to be brought back to health.
They also teach families how to avoid boat accidents with turtles, and keeping them safe from plastic bags! These tours last 20 minutes and occur at 11am, 2:30pm and 5pm
So get ready to enjoy the incredible wonders of the Key West waters, where you feel part of the ocean with every step!
$17.19 + tax
$10.74 + tax (Ages 4-12)
They have discounts for those who book online
You can take food and drink into the aquarium!
If you want to go to the Shipwreck Treasure Museum, you can buy combo tickets for both the museum and the aquarium for great savings!
They would love to have schools visit, or they can do Skype tours for schools too, so the ocean education can come to you!
The aquarium is one story and wheelchair accessible
Parking can be difficult in Old Town. However, there is plenty of metered parking on several blocks around Mallory Square. There is a parking garage at the Westin Resort one block over. There is also a Park and Ride garage located on the corner of Caroline and Grinnell Street where you can park and use the city bus to get downtown.