Hop on a clamobile and head under the seas to explore the great ocean. Watch out for the jellyfish, angelfish, and Bruce. 

The tank is actually the 2nd largest aquarium in the U.S. and holds 5.7 million gallons of water.  It used to be the largest aquarium in the U.S. until the Georgia aquarium was opened and took the title.  It is still insanely impressive and there are so many beautiful creatures and experiences to enjoy inside.

Throughout the different aquariums there are over 60 species that include sharks, turtles, dolphins, manatees, rays and tons of beautiful tropical fish. 

Not only is it an amazing place for guests to go and learn about creatures in the seas, but the cast members and marine biologists also work on conservation efforts at the pavilion.  Many of the fish have been rescued from different unfortunate events and cared for to get them back into good health and able to live a happy life.  

Fun Facts

  • The original name was the Living Seas.
  • In the Pavilion don’t miss the change to Chat with Crush!
  • Are you certified to scuba dive? If yes, you can get the chance to go in the aquarium!