Tampa, Fla. – Have you ever just wanted to bring back the 90s? Don't worry! The Florida Aquarium is hosting a Splash Back to the 90s party with extended hours. Oh, snap!
Join us for an evening full of slammin' music performed by the Actual Bank Robbers. Meet Greta, Stella, and Priscilla – the educational ambassadors of the new Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea exhibit, play in our Splash Pad, have a 4D Theater Experience, and explore all of our cool galleries.
Families will be able to observe the Aquarium at night and get a great fish-eye view onboard our Bay Spirit II (for an additional cost) of downtown Tampa from the decks of The Florida Aquarium's 72-foot double-deck catamaran.
Splash Back to the 90s celebrates 25 years of protecting and restoring our Blue Planet since The Florida Aquarium opened its door on March 31, 1995. Today, more than 8,000 beautiful creatures call the Aquarium home.
Here’s the “411” Splash Back to the 90s:
Date: Saturday, March 21, 2020
Time: 5:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
$15 per person (children 2 and under are free)
Sunset cruise can be purchased for an additional $15
Boarding begins at 7:00 p.m., Departs at 7:15 p.m. - Returning by 8:30 p.m.
The Florida Aquarium members have free admission and parking
Parking: $6 per car
More information and tickets: https://www.flaquarium.org/splashback
Click on the links below to purchase tickets and to check out the band!
About The Florida Aquarium
The Florida Aquarium actively participates in and promotes stewardship of the natural environment as part of our mission of conservation. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, The Florida Aquarium provides an opportunity to see over 8,000 aquatic and terrestrial animals, explore complex ecosystems, look for wild dolphins in Tampa Bay, play at the Splash Pad and more! Ranked #2 Aquarium in North America in a recent USA TODAY’S 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards, the aquarium is more than a must-see attraction, The Florida Aquarium is working to protect and restore our blue planet on many conservation fronts, including research and rescue efforts that help restore Florida’s sea turtle and coral populations and to ensure that sharks continue to swim our seas. In August of 2019, The Florida Aquarium, in partnership with Project Coral, became the first to successfully spawn critically endangered pillar coral in a laboratory. To learn more, follow us on social media at @floridaaquarium and visit www.flaquarium.org.