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  4. Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium: Skip-the-Line Ticket

Product ID: 173355
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See over 50,000 animals with a skip-the-line ticket to Canada’s largest aquarium. Interact with amazing creatures and see exciting exhibits.
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Valid 1 day
Skip the line
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  • Attend one of our shows to learn something new about one of your favorite animals, or discover an entirely new creature that you’ve never seen before
  • Come nose to snout with Steller sea lions at Steller’s Bay, a new exhibit that highlights these majestic and mysterious creatures
  • Discover the giant fish of the Amazon and snoozing sloths of the steamy rainforest jungle
  • Get up close to the penguins or hang back and get a bird’s eye view from the upper viewing level
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Be amazed and inspired by what you see and learn at the aquarium. Watch adorable sea otters holding hands, catch a sea lion show or get an up-close look at some of the creepy crawlers from the Amazon. See entertaining programs that feature the over 50,000 animals from all over the world that live in the aquarium.

Meet walruses, Steller sea lions, and northern fur seals who live at the Vancouver Aquarium and participate in research work to help protect their wild counterparts. Look into the ground-breaking marine mammal research taking place behind the scenes in the research center - open to the public for the first time ever.

Come face to face with some of the world’s most strange and mysterious shark species. These extraordinarily intelligent underwater giants each exhibit unique behaviors to navigate their ever-changing environment. All of these experiences and more are included in your aquarium admission.
  • Skip-the-line ticket to the Vancouver Aquarium

When you get there

Meeting point

845 Avison Way, Vancouver, BC

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