Visit Our Conservation Campus!
The Florida Aquarium’s Conservation Campus has re-opened! Located at the Florida Conservation and Technology Center (FCTC), The Florida Aquarium houses its Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Center and Coral Conservation Complex. Open to the public from 10am-5pm between November and April of each year, these facilities allow us to conduct critical research and perform essential operations. Take a trip to FCTC and our Conservation Campus to catch a glimpse of the hard work our team puts forth to rehabilitate sea turtles and restore the Florida Reef Tract!Learn More
Shop Sustainably this Holiday Season!
Check out our holiday gift guide, full of conservation-based gift ideas that support The Florida Aquarium’s mission. Give the gift of Aquarium membership, experiences like our Wild Dolphin Cruise or SeaTREK underwater walking tour, or a sustainable item from our gift shop – now available online!Learn More
Grab a bite!
You asked and we listened! In an effort to better serve our guests, we have partnered with the nationally recognized, sustainability focused SSA Group, to enhance your dining experience. Together, we have revamped our food service offerings with mouthwatering new menu items with options for carnivores, vegetarians and everyone in between! Learn more and view full menus by clicking the link below.View Dining Details
Take a Trek!
Experience a new aquatic adventure with SeaTREK, a guided underwater walking tour through our 15-foot deep Heart of the Sea habitat! Designed for non-divers 10 years of age or older, SeaTREK gives participants the opportunity to explore coral caves amongst the hundreds of fish, spotted eagle rays, bonnethead sharks, and loggerhead sea turtle who call it home.Learn More
Look at them Go!
We are tracking several of our rehabilitated sea turtles after their triumphant return to the open ocean. Equipped with satellite tracking tags, these turtles are providing critical information about diving, feeding, migratory and activity patterns which may provide key insight for future rehabilitation and conservation efforts.Follow the Turtles
Evening Tide Talks
The Florida Aquarium’s Free Lecture Series. Please join us for this interesting and informative, complimentary lecture series featuring world-class scientists and modern day adventurers at The Florida Aquarium.
This season kicks off on Thursday, October 13th with the renowned scientists from The Nature Conservancy, James Byrne and Joseph Schmidt for a lively conversation about the importance of climate action, TNC’s work in coastal communities to promote adaptation, as well as their broader strategy for Florida’s low-carbon future.Learn More
Explore & Discover
Rated among the best aquariums in the US, The Florida Aquarium welcomes visitors to experience a wide variety of aquatic and terrestrial animals – including sea turtles, sharks, lemurs, otters – with the goal of building awareness and inspiring conservation action.Explore Animal Habitats
Creating Positive Change
Coral Conservation Program
The Florida Aquarium’s coral conservation program is scaled to have a significant impact on the restoration of the Florida Reef Tract! Learn more about all our conservation efforts.Our Conservation Efforts
Adopt an Animal
Species ambassadors play a critical role in conservation and you can too! Symbolic animal adoptions are just one way you can support The Florida Aquarium’s mission to protect the natural environment.Adopt an Animal