Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium is a great place to meet all of your flipping friends - those with fins.  Here you'll be amused with dolphin, killer whale and sea lion shows in a beautifully landscaped park overlooking Biscayne Bay.  

Become more knowledgeable about sharks as you watch them fed at the Shark Channel Presentation.  Learn more about the precious reef and its beautiful tropical fish inhabitants at the Tropical Reef Aquarium.  Here you'll be mesmerized by the colorful tropical fish and moray eels among the many fish that will be hand fed as you watch.  The Manatee Exhibit will send you away with renewed interest in this most loving, docile, endangered animal of the sea.  And what would a visit to Florida be if you didn't see some crocodiles?  You'll see them fed from a safe distance at the Seaquarium.  The Tropical Wings exhibit will familiarize you with exotic birds that are also rapidly depleting.  Miami is a great environment for you to experience these creatures of the air.  To round out your education, the Seaquarium will provide you with information on other flora and fauna indigenous to south Florida, among them many endangered species such as the sea turtles, white-tailed deer and the mangrove habitat.

Directions to the Miami Seaquarium:

From the North
Take I-95 South, Exit 1 (Miami Seaquarium), and follow the signs to Key Biscayne and Rickenbacker Causeway.

From the South
take US1 North, exit to right just before the on-ramp to I-95, and follow the signs to Key Biscayne and Rickenbacker Causeway.

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  • Miami Seaquarium
  • 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway
  • Key Biscayne, FL
  • 305-361-5705
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