Miami Oceanarium is located on Virginia Cay, in Biscayne Bay, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA, near Downtown, Miami. Opened in 1955, the aquarium is one of only two marine wildlife aquariums in South Florida. In 1955, when it opened, it was the largest oceanarium in the world. The world's largest collection of sea and ocean life (10,000 fish and animals) is located on the coast of the Bay of Biscay. At the oceanarium, you can watch dolphins and orcas (some of them have been filmed), Florida manatees, and many other mammals. More than 500,000 visitors and residents of the city come here every year. Even the landmark building itself is of undoubted interest — it is a huge complex of three floors. Every day, various shows are organized with performances by marine inhabitants: sharks, sea lions and cats, killer whales and dolphins become heroes.
Children under 3 years old are free of charge. Children from 3 to 9 years old inclusive - $39.99, adults (from 10 years old) - $49.99. Swimming with dolphins starts at $159, chatting with penguins and seals starts at $99. There are promotions and discounts.