Early closure alert
The Aquarium will close one hour early on Tuesday, January 23 and Thursday, January 25. Last admission at 4pm, exhibits close at 5pm.


Plan your next visit with the exhibit map below or by exploring each one individually!

Exhibit Map

Find your way around the Aquarium with the exhibit map. MORE>>

Birds and Shores

Take a stroll through the shores of the coastal Northwest. A beautiful open-air exhibit! MORE>>

Window on Washington Waters

Dive shows take place at 10am, 11:30am and 12:15pm daily. MORE>>


See young salmon and learn about salmon’s importance to the marine environment. MORE>>

Life on the Edge

See, touch and explore the sea life of Puget Sound tide pools! MORE>>

Puget Sound Fish

Get to know the fascinating fish of Puget Sound! MORE>>

Life of a Drifter

Puget Sound’s mysterious and beautiful creatures. Daily octopus feeding attempts at noon and 4pm. MORE>>

Underwater Dome

Be surrounded by Puget Sound’s sea life! Daily feeding at 1:30pm. MORE>>

Searching for Sixgills

Learn about Puget Sound’s mysterious and large – sharks! MORE>>

Family Activity Center

Learn about our struggling local orca population – and what you can do to help. MORE>>

Pacific Coral Reef

Take a virtual trip to the beautiful waters of the tropical Pacific. MORE>>

Marine Mammals

Meet our delightful otters and seals! Daily talks and feedings at 11:30am, 2pm and 5pm. MORE>>

Tropical Pacific

Discover some of the ocean’s most unusual creatures. Habitats from all over the world. MORE>>

Interactive NASA Kiosks

Discover why scientists are exploring our world’s oceans – from space! MORE>>

Lion's mane - David Hall

Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest
Photography by David Hall

David Hall is a photographer, author and researcher, specializing in marine life and underwater subjects. MORE>>