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Discover the undersea world at the Key West Aquarium. A Window of Wonder comes alive as expert guides explain the mysteries of the water surrounding the Florida Keys.
The Key West Aquarium is committed to helping protect the endangered sea turtles. The Aquarium is associated with the Turtle Hospital and Florida Sea Turtle Stranding Network comprised of state agencies, universities and marine parks, all working in the nursing and rehabilitation of injured sea turtles. The Aquarium is currently home to several turtles on the mend and some, that due to their injuries, will be permanently housed at the Key West Aquarium.
All tours of the aquarium are currently unavailable. Educators and the Key West Aquarium team will be available for Q & A, while observing appropriate social distancing.
Sea Turtle Conservation Tour: Tour Guides will discuss the Aquarium’s role in the conservation efforts of these species.
The Atlantic Shores Exhibit is a cross section of a near shore mangrove environment. The 50,000 gallon tank holds a variety of tropical fish and game fish. Educators will cover the importance of the mangrove eco system while discussing the variety of fish in the exhibit.
10am to 5pm.
Last entrance is at 4:30pm.
Reservations are NOT needed or accepted.
Duration: Self-guided. Join the feeding tours, approximately 8-10 minutes long, during the exhibit time.
1 Whitehead St.
Key West, Florida, 33040
Whitehead Street and Front Street