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We continue our mission to educate and inspire stewardship of the natural environment by diving into the world of virtual programs. If you are unable to visit the Aquarium, we offer a variety of education programs that engage students of all ages.
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Sharks are critical to the health of our ocean, but how much do we really know about them? Learn about sharks from the inside out! All of your shark related questions can be submitted via the chat option.
Meet a variety of The Florida Aquarium’s animal ambassadors in this informal education program. This program is a great option for large groups or groups with a wide age range. A variety of terrestrial creatures will make an appearance!
There is a large, dangerous species living in Florida…and alligators need your help to stay safe from them! During the Gator Safety program, students will meet a live alligator and learn how we can coexist with these amazing and important reptiles.
Learn about these mysterious creatures that travel the world’s oceans! Take a dive into their ocean habitat to learn about the challenges they face and how you can help.
Take a closer look at these often over looked animals! Coral reefs provide homes for so many different kinds of animals. Discover challenges corals are facing and how you can help.
Contact our Reservations Team with a topic or theme of your choice. Please provide at least two weeks’ notice for us to develop a program that fits your needs.
Wetlands of Florida/Bays and Beaches – Join an instructor on a guided tour of the Wetlands of Florida and Bays and Beaches habitats. See how many different birds, reptiles, and fishes you can find. Questions about the animals and habitats can be submitted via the chat option.
Coral Reef/Waves of Wonder
Join an instructor on a guided tour of the Coral Reef and Waves of Wonder galleries. See how many different species of fishes and invertebrates you can spot. Questions about the animals and habitats can be submitted via the chat option.
Phone: (813) 273-4000