When in L.A., there’s plenty of things to do from enjoying LA downtown taco tuesday to checking art galleries. If you’re looking for family friendly activities, consider the Aquarium of the Pacific near Los Angeles. Some of the best exhibits include the exhibit on Jellyfish, the June Keyes Penguin Habitat, and the special 20th anniversary exhibit.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is a great place for kids of all ages. With 19 major habitats and over 30 exhibits, you’ll be sure to find something that everyone likes. In fact, at the Aquarium of the Pacific, you’ll find more than 11,000 ocean animals representing nearly 500 species! The Aquarium lets you and your family learn more about the world’s most diverse and largest body of water – the Pacific Ocean. The aquarium focuses on three major waters in Pacific including the exhibits on the Northern Pacific, Southern California and Baja, and the Tropical Pacific. In addition to these areas, the aquarium also features exhibits such as the famous Shark Lagoon and the Lorikeet Forest, which gives visitors a look into the coastal lowlands of Australia.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is opened every day of the year except for Christmas day. Other than that, the aquarium is open from 9am – 6pm. General admission for adults is $29.95, children get in for $17.95 and seniors get in for $26.95. Children 2 and under get in for free. During your time at the aquarium, if you get hungry, be sure to stop at Cafe Scuba, an eatery serving salads, sandwiches, pizza, burgers and more. The cafe also looks over the Seals and Sea Lions exhibit. Whether you want to enjoy a meal or simply grab snack to go, Cafe Scuba is for. Get your tickets today and you and your family can enjoy this educational and fun experience.