Visit sharks, penguins and puffins with admission to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, and explore 19 wildlife habitats from every corner of the world’s largest ocean. Slip beneath a full-sized model of a blue whale, and catch the eye of a fierce leopard shark. Travel from a Sea of Cortez kelp forest to the ice-crusted waters off Northern Japan; watch sea horses play in a tropical lagoon, pet a shark in a kid-friendly touch tank and listen to the eerie melodies of an undersea whale song.
General admission to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach
Learn all about the marine life of the Pacific Ocean, the planet’s largest ocean
Travel from the waters of Alaska to California to Micronesia
See seals, sea lions, otters, sharks, tropical fish, sea stars, an octopus and more
Stare in wonder at the true-to-life model of a blue whale
Let a colorful lorikeet sit on your hand, and touch the skin of a sand tiger shark
The place was ok but it was just way to crowded! There isn't really anytime type of organization involved. Everyone seems to just be waundering around. The over crowding did not allow mr and my party to see everything. The restrooms were dirty and nasty. The eating facilities were sold out
This Aquarium was pretty good. Lots of customers on a Sunday. So it was pretty crowded. Getting time to look at the exhibits due to the crowds was a bit tiresome But this aquarium is one of the best in the US. Contacted the Aquarium of the Pacific before we arrived to make sure we didn't need to do anything extra to make the voucher from Viator valid. After several questions at the entrance, we were ushered to a different table where we did receive our tickets for entry. So it was just a small hiccup in an otherwise enjoyable day.