Get face-to-fin with marine life with the Seattle Aquarium. We offer a wealth of undersea information for educators, kids, parents and visitors. Through specialized teacher programs, field trip opportunities, events and other marine resources, everyone can learn to share the knowledge and encourage the protection of the Sound that surrounds us all.
Our education programs, introduce students to the marine world through interactive, hands-on classes. All classes are designed to meet the Washington State Science Standards.
Programs are free with admission.
Salmon Field Lab: a two-part classroom and field program for grades 1–6. Adaptation for older grades is available. MORE>>
Beach Field Lab: a two–part program, a presentation at the Aquarium or your classroom is followed by a field program that explores a local beach with many opportunities to meet and learn about the sea life revealed at low tide. MORE>>
Citizen Science High School Nearshore Monitoring Program in Central Puget Sound. MORE>>
Do you homeschool? For information about opportunities for your family or group, please contact Justine Berk at email@example.com.
Plan A Visit
Half the fun of classroom visits is getting the students excited to learn. But logistics are key to a successful program. Here are some steps to help you along. MORE>>
Explore the Aquarium with your students. Note: there is no need to sign up for a self-guided visit if you are registering for a class program. MORE>>
Teacher Resources and Workshops
Tools to help you share the wonder of the marine environment with your students. MORE>>
Puget Sound Sleepover
Puget Sound Sleepover is full for the season. Please check back in August 2013 for registration and program information.
For program information and date availability please contact:
Puget Sound Sleepover Coordinator