During the month of April, SEA LIFE Orlando will host a new program called Toddler Tuesdays to offer an enhanced experience for the youngest underwater animal enthusiasts and their parents. The program provides an up-close, hands-on experience that is fun and unique – with an early opening hour and affordable pricing to match.
SEA LIFE Orlando is an immersive, one-of-kind aquarium experience that allows marine life enthusiasts to experience the magical world beneath our oceans of the world with interactive touch pools, bubble aquariums, floor-to-ceiling displays, a cold water rock pool, and 360-degree and 180-degree ocean tunnels featuring more than 5,000 sea animals. The 25,000-square foot aquarium attraction is home to colorful fish, sharks, sea horses, stingrays, jellies, a rescue green sea turtle and much more.
Starting this month, each Tuesday from 9:30am -10:30 a.m., guests can visit the aquarium and be a part of an exclusive, age-appropriate program filled with coloring, story time and animal feeding activities. The program will offer a variety of changing creature-feature topics focusing on the aquarium’s best-loved animals including sharks, turtles, sea horses, and more.
Toddler Tuesdays events will feature:
- Meet-and-greet and photo opportunity with Magnus, SEA LIFE’s shark mascot
- Story time at the Indian Ocean exhibit
- An animal feeding experience
- Sing-a-longs, coloring sessions and more activities to teach fun facts about underwater animals
- Admission to the aquarium
Special pricing also applies with tickets just $15 for adults, $12 for children (ages three to 12), and free for toddlers (ages two and under).
SEA LIFE Orlando Annual Pass Members receive free entry into the Toddler Tuesdays program.
SEA LIFE Orlando is located at 8337 International Drive in Orlando, Florida, inside I-Drive 360, the entertainment and dining complex which is the home of the 400-foot Orlando Eye observation wheel and celebrity wax attraction Madame Tussauds Orlando.
For more information about the Toddler Tuesdays program at the aquarium, go to VisitSEALIFE.com/Orlando.Share this article:
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