Seaside Aquarium

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The Seaside Aquarium is a small privately owned aquarium. A family of harbor seals awaits you at the front entrance, which you can feed. Food … See more

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Apr 11, 2024
It was a fun family friendly stop. Our kids enjoyed viewing all the exhibits and the touch tanks. As expected, feeding the seals was a real treat. We wish their had been a bit more interaction with t… Full review by Jeff S
Apr 7, 2024
Very small and super crowded. Long Wait to get in but you can get your hand stamped and come back throughout the day if you wanted. Most of the tanks had the same species in them. A couple of touch t… Full review by Jamie W
Sep 15, 2023
Heartbreaking institution with small, unenriched enclosures for large, intelligent, animals (seals, octopi), and no sound insulation for animals. While individual staff members may care for these cre… Full review by Christina C

Facts

Construction completed:1924
Construction started:1920s

Questions & answers

Q:
how much is admission? adult and child?
A:
6.00 for adults
Q:
are we able to touch sea cucumbers?
A:
There aren't any see cucumbers in the aquarium. But there are star fish!
Q:
How much is it to get into the aquarium for seniors?
A:
I believe it was $6.00 per senior and good all day! You can get a hand stamp and come and go as you please.
Q:
How much is it to feed the seals? :)
A:
It's just a few bucks for a small tray (about a handful of fish)... definitely worth it.
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How much is it to feed the seals? :)
A:
It was $1 for a tray of sardines. There might have been about 10 sardines in there. It's so much fun as the seals each have their own little tricks to get your attention.
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Frequently asked questions

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Where do you get your seals?
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All of our seals were born here at the Seaside Aquarium. The Seaside Aquarium has a long history of successful seal breeding. We were the first aquarium in the...
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