Hurricane season is in full swing here in South Florida, and the arrival of storms can be a very stressful time for those impacted. However, much like the saying, “The sun always shines after the storm,” Miami Seaquarium would like to be that little bit of sun for any families who had to evacuate and may have made their way to the Miami area. Hurricane Ian Evacuees can visit Miami Seaquarium for FREE from Thursday 9/29 – Sunday 10/2.
Those who decided to shelter from the storm in the Miami area are invited to receive FREE admission to the Miami Seaquarium for themselves and accompanying guests with a maximum of 6 people per party. In order to obtain this offer guests will need to show proof of residency with an address that aligns with one of the areas where evacuation has been ordered. During this special visit, guests will also be able to upgrade their park admission to a dolphin or seal encounter for a 10% discount. This upgrade can only be done in-park and is based on the availability of each program.
“We are hearing that many of our neighbors from the west coast of Florida wisely decided to come towards Miami to avoid the storm,” said Patrick Pearson, general manager. “And we want to let these families escape the stress they may be feeling for a few hours.”
The Miami Seaquarium is currently hosting its first Flipper’s Fall Festival, which features Halloween-themed shows, festive Fall foods, s’more making, pumpkin painting, face painting and a Sea Cave Black Light Maze. Hours for the park are also extended to 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
Miami Seaquarium, South Florida’s most popular tourist attraction, is a family-oriented marine-life park open to the public 365 days a year. The park provides visitors with a greater understanding and appreciation for marine life through shows, presentations and exhibits. For more information regarding the park or this offer, please call (305) 361-5705