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May 13, 2018

SEA LIFE ORLANDO AQUARIUM TO CELEBRATE ARRIVAL OF FOUR BABY STING RAYS WITH SPECIAL "BABY SHOWER"

From Mother's Day to Father's Day, the aquarium will be collecting items for Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies in exchange for 25-percent off admission

ORLANDO, FLA. (May 12, 2018) –SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium is excited to announce the arrival of four, baby blue spotted sting rays! The new bundles of joy are spreading joy to the community as SEA LIFE hosts a special baby shower for Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies to celebrate all the tiny babies. From Mother's Day to Father's Day, the Aquarium will be collecting items for Winnie Palmer Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Guests who donate a gift from the NICU baby registry will receive 25-percent off of regular admission to the Aquarium. Items on the registry include:

  • WubbaNubs 
  • Rattles
  • Linking Rings
  • Infant books
  • Lullaby CDs
  • Ball rattles
  • Baby blankets 
  •  Light swaddling blankets

March 22, 2018

CORAL CATSHARKS ARRIVE AT SEA LIFE ORLANDO AQUARIUM JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING BREAK


The small and slender sharks have a leopard-like pattern that allows them to blend into their surroundings

ORLANDO, FLA. (March 19, 2018) – The best place to get up close and personal with sharks this Spring Break is SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium. Already home to thousands of species of fish, SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium is excited to announce the arrival of four, juvenile coral catsharks this Spring. These small, slender sharks can reach more than two-feet long when fully grown and are commonly found in the oceans surrounding Southeast Asia. Their leopard-like pattern provides them with camouflage as they swim through their coral reef habitats. 

November 2, 2017

Weird and Wonderful World of the Axolotl Comes to SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium

New experience immerses guests in the world of 
“The Last Dragons”


Orlando, Fla. –  ­They are a star of social media, one of the world’s weirdest, cutest and most critically-endangered creatures, and now visitors to SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium can journey deep into the lakes of Mexico to meet “The Last Dragons” before they disappear.

Axolotls, (pronounced ACK-suh-LAH-tuhl) are among the most widely studied animals on the planet thanks to their fascinating ability to regenerate their own bodies and avoid the aging process (not to mention their adorable cuteness!). Believed to have existed over 140 million years ago, they live exclusively in the lake complex of Xochimilco near Mexico City but for a limited time are taking up residence at SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium.

Opening Tuesday, November 7th “The Last Dragons: Discover the Superpowers of the Axolotls” is an all-new walk-through experience featuring kid-friendly interactives, immersive design and more to take families on a fun and educational journey into the world of one of Earth’s most fascinating creatures.

April 7, 2017

SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium Introduces Toddler Tuesdays

Orlando’s only aquarium sails into spring
with interactive toddler events


Orlando, Fla. – Apr. 7 2017 - SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium has announced a new initiative to offer an enhanced experience for the youngest underwater animal enthusiasts and their parents. Titled “Toddler Tuesdays”, the program provides an up-close, hands-on experience that is fun and unique – with an early opening hour and affordable pricing to match.

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.

Each Toddler Tuesday event 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

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