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Waikiki Aquarium

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Waikiki Aquarium
Waikiki Aquarium
Waikiki Aquarium
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Waikiki Aquarium
The second-oldest aquarium in America, this classic attraction dates back to 1904 and it has amassed 3,500 marine animals since then. The emphasis remains on aquatic life in the tropical Pacific, including sea horses, giant clams and deeply endangered monk seals, as well as propagation of corals like the rare "Montipora dilatata." A 7,492-gallon tide pool offers a hands-on experience where you can interact with starfish, sea urchins and tubular sea cucumbers. Once a month—tides permitting—the aquarium is open for visitors to explore nocturnal activity by torchlight. Water babies will especially appreciate the aquarium's box jellyfish calendar online, which charts when the fierce, stinging animals are most likely to surface in shallow waters alongside swimmers, snorkelers and divers.
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Waikiki Aquarium

The second-oldest aquarium in America, this classic attraction dates back to 1904, and it has amassed 3,500 marine animals since then. The emphasis remains on Hawaiian and tropical Pacific aquatic life, including sea horses, turtles, giant clams and deeply endangered Hawaiian monk seals. A 28,360-liter (7,492-gallon) tide pool offers a hands-on experience where you can interact with starfish, sea urchins and tubular sea cucumbers. Once a month, the aquarium is open for visitors to explore nocturnal activity by torchlight.

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2777 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA
+1 808-923-9741
Sun - Sat 9am - 5pm