|SENIORS (60 and Above)||$8.00|
|CHILDREN (3 to 12)||$6.00|
|INFANTS (2 and Under)||FREE|
When we arrived we saw the outdoor seals being fed. These are Harbor Seals every one of them has a different sort of injury or disability that they were born with or received. Some of these seals have been with the aquarium for over 10 years! You can watch the Harbor Seals being fed and learn more about them at 11:00 AM and 3:30 PM daily. Also during those times you could get the chance to feed one of the seals for $5.
Once inside the first exhibit you see is the penguins of course! Their feedings are scheduled at 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM, if you do want to watch the feeding make sure you give yourself time as it can get quite crowded in front of the penguins quickly. Keith held Korey and pointed out the penguins to him, this is where I got nervous. Korey's not one yet and I was hoping he wasn't going to be to young to enjoy everything around him. Immediately his eyes darted to the penguins and he pointed at them, listening to everything his daddy was telling him.
There is a lot of information about each exhibit and their animals throughout the entire aquarium. Even though Korey is still to young to enjoy what they say, he still loved seeing the animals in the exhibits and us telling him what they were.
There are several tanks with different fish in them that are also at small children's level. Of course these were Korey's favorite. He pointed to the fish as they kept swimming by, he even tried petting them! It was so adorable. I loved that fact that he noticed each tank had something different in them, his eyes watched each fish and got excited every time they swam.