Aquarium of the Pacific


Hello friends! The Aquarium of the Pacific is a great place to hang out with family, friends, and even by yourself. There’s over 11,000 different fish and sea animals from the world’s largest ocean, the Pacific.

 sea otters

Different sections on the inside of the aquarium have fish and other life forms from the different regions of the Pacific ocean. In the Northern Pacific Gallery, three sea otters, five types of jellyfish, puffins & auklets , and a giant Pacific Octopus are the main attractions. The Tropical Pacific Gallery houses thousands or tropical fish, live coral, clownfish, seahorses, and sea dragons.sea dragon

In Lorikeet Forrest, more than 1,000 small Lorikeets live and tweet happily. You can buy a cup of nectar for $3 to feed the birds.


Outside, the Southern California/Baja Gallery is home to various small fish, rays, and sharks, living in exhibits each about two feet deep. The Ray Touch Tank is one of the Aquarium’s main attraction, allowing you to touch the rays and sharks. And if you come at the right time, you might be able to feed the rays with small shrimp.


Seals and sea lions live in the aquarium’s biggest exhibit, filled with 211,000 gallons of water and big rocks for the seas and sea lions to rest on. You can sit at the stage and watch them play around and bask in the sun.


The Aquarium of the Pacific is a great place for a date, family outing, or even some time out alone. With over 40 different exhibits, it’s hard for you to get bored. The cafeteria has great food and a large eating area to relax and enjoy your meal. The aquarium is a fantastic place to hang out and enjoy yourself, and tickets are only $28.

Please tune in next time for some more one on one time with me! Until next time readers~




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