This summer, Miami Seaquarium will offer fun and cool alternatives to beat the heat with its Splashtacular Summer celebration. Beginning June 7 and continuing through Aug. 17, the park will feature new and interactive aquatic elements for guests both young and old to enjoy.
“South Florida is a popular summer vacation destination,” said Andrew Hertz, general manager at Miami Seaquarium. “The park’s Splashtacular Summer water elements are sure to make a big splash and bring added fun and cooler temperatures to Miami Seaquarium guests this summer.” The park will offer other ways to have fun while keeping cool with a Kids’ Water Play Area. Children will be able to enjoy inflatable water slides and wet slip-n-slides as a part of Splashtacular Summer at Miami Seaquarium.
The park will feature seven water-themed slides including: Tropical Slide, King Slide, Tsunami Slide, Ocean, Double Slide, Double Splash and Shark Escape Slide, and Niagara Falls. In addition, Salty’s Pirate Playground and the park’s Spray and Play misting stations will provide fun and refreshing ways to stay cool.
Miami Seaquarium offers one more way to stay cool this summer during shows at the park’s Killer Whale stadium. Just sit in one of the first rows of the stadium when Lolita the Killer Whale makes one of her incredible leaps out of the pool and sends hundreds of gallons of cool water cascading into the audience. It’s definitely the coolest fun in town.
After enjoying the exhilarating marine animal shows, guests can experience the park’s fun and cool alternatives to beat the heat. Get a blast from the water cannons at Salty’s Pirate Playground or get refreshed in a “Play and Spray” misting station.
Miami Seaquarium, South Florida’s most popular tourist attraction, is a family-oriented marine-life park open to the public 365 days a year. The park provides visitors with a greater understanding and appreciation for marine life through shows, presentations and marine life exhibits. General admission to Miami Seaquarium is $41.95 and $31.95 for children (ages 3-9).
More information on the Miami Seaquarium is available online at www.miamiseaquarium.com.