Discover Science Weekend and Family Science Weekend
Fall and spring dates
Join us at the Seattle Aquarium for fun, hands-on science including looking for plankton, learning about Aquarium research, and more!
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Special rate of $10 per person for homeschool groups! Please notify the cashier that you are a homeschool group when you check in.
Join us for a classroom program or self-guided visit for your group of 10 or more (school group rates apply). Programs are available for students in Pre-K through grade 12. Click here for more information. Supplemental scavenger hunts and workbooks are available on the website.
Programs at your location or in the field
If you can’t make it to the Aquarium, our classroom or field-based programs will come to you. MORE >
Tools to help you share the wonder of the marine environment with your students. MORE >
Our classroom-based programs will come to your Pre-K center! Sign up to have us bring hands-on expereinces into your classrooms. There are four topics to choose from. Learn more about these programs and register at SeattleAquarium.org/Preschool-Outreach.
Beach and Salmon field labs
Our two-part Beach field lab program gives your students an introduction to Northwest intertidal animals either in your classroom or at the Aquarium and then, on a separate trip, you'll see many of these great invertebrates in their local habitat. Select beaches are available based on your school's location.
In the two-part Salmon field lab program, a presentation at the Aquarium or your classroom is followed by a field program that explores selected sites on the Cedar River near Renton when salmon are spawning. Students will see salmon, investigate salmon habitat and learn how we share the river with the fish.
Marine summer camps 2015
The Seattle Aquarium offers unique camps for kids and teens entering grades K–10 in Fall 2015. Registration is now open.
Youth Ocean Advocates teen volunteer program
The Aquarium’s Youth Ocean Advocates teen volunteer program provides students in grades 9-12 with an opportunity to volunteer their time, talents and passion in support of the Aquarium’s mission. Youth volunteers develop marine science and communication skills while educating the public, participating in field conservation activities and much more. For more information, click here.