The Aquarium will be closed Sept. 12th – Sunday, Oct. 2nd.
The Touch Tank is our invitation for guests to get up close and personal with some of the more familiar creatures found in the lower keys ecosystems. Most of these animals can be seen frequently while kayaking or snorkeling our near shore waters and are completely harmless.
Experience a close encounter with our sharks while learning about this unique species.
Learn the stories of all of our sea turtle residents and take home ways that everyone can help our sea turtle populations.
The moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) are commonly seen in the Florida Keys and live in temperate, coastal waters around the globe. They are comprised of 95% water, possessing no respiratory, excretory, or circulatory systems.
Key West is a wonderful destination for families with children of all ages.
Between the great outdoors and the fantastic museums around the island, you’ll never be at a loss for fun. There’s a host of interactive attractions that will keep kids entertained just as much as parents.
You’ll meet moray eels, barracuda, grouper, tropical fish, conch and sea cucumbers with narration by the aquarium’s expert guides. For families with animal-loving kids, this is a must-do.
Located in Key West’s famous Mallory Square, the Key West Aquarium is one of the island’s most popular attractions for people of all ages.
Home to jellyfish, sharks and many other marine animals, guests can enjoy interactive conservation talks as well as animal feedings. You’ll meet moray eels, barracuda, grouper, tropical fish, conch and sea cucumbers with narration by the aquarium’s expert guides.
For an unforgettable day in Key West, stop by the Key West Aquarium and get up close and personal with some of the most fascinating creatures in the Florida Keys!
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