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SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, Orlando

(4/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium will transport you into a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of amazing creatures! From face-to-face encounters with sharks, to a hands-on touchpool experience, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy at SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium!

To get any closer you’d have to get wet! SEA LIFE Orlando is located in the heart of Orlando at I-Drive 360 next to Madame Tussauds Orlando and The Orlando Eye. All three attractions will open Spring 2015! Explore the amazing creatures of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans!

If you're interested in a career with SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, we'll be posting all job openings on www.merlincareers.com!
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  • Love this little treasure that is located near the Orlando Eye. Its small and very intimate and allows great picture taking and interaction for the kids.  more »
  • It took us about 25 mins to get through the entire place. It is reasonably priced. We purchased it with the Orlando Eye ride. It is micro mini aquarium in comparison to the ones that I have been to in...  more »
  • Went with 3 younger children while staying on idrive. Not huge but lots too see. Very friendly and helpful staff. Paid extra for a behind the scenes tour and had a great tour guide. They even have log...  more »
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  • This was a nice medium sized aquarium with great interactive modules like an interactive wall about sharks and monitors in most areas where you could look up species. It was divide by region and type and was very informative and entertaining for kids and adults alike. My daughter enjoyed talking to the divers during his talks and asking staff questions and she loved her stamp book. We would recommend it
  • Easy to find, just look for the Orlando Eye. Great place to take kids, but they will probably go through quickly to see all the exhibits. Each display different that my grandkids acted like they were in a candy store. Display glass clean, not scratch. Have exhibit that is hands on, easy for kids to put their hands in the water. For adult, low lighting, at times not loud noise, easy walk through, can take time to see each display. Looking for indoor activity, out of the heat, this is a place to go.
  • I love it here, at the entrance they take pictures of you, making weird things, (look surpriced, look to your left, look to the front) they wont tell you why you are doing it, (try to look your best) so that at the end, Surprise! you get an album! Its pricey tho. But its a cute reminder. You have to go, everything is so awesome, my 3 years old loved it
  • An awesome experience. The way the tanks are all laid out is truly unique. You can see everything crystal clear. My wife and I spent a little extra to see the behind the scenes tour. The guide was friendly and showed us a lot of cool things. The divers were very friendly as well and answered a lot of questions.
  • I wish I could give it more, but the price is just to much! They had some cool features but compared to other aquariums it was kind of a joke, especially the price! I don't mind paying a good price for something that matches the value! Cool you can look into the dome like thing...with typical fish. Touch these 4 star fish and these anemones.... really that's it. The "professional" photo book at the end was even worse, 35 dollars! Make it $10 and we might have gone for it! Really it cost them maybe $2 for the book and $0.50 for the photos... lame!