Miami is one of the best travel destination. Speaking of the warm temperature, cool breeze, great beaches all in a place for comfort. Miami is an ideal location for travel and resident because of great location with the warm temperature and a community that is accessible to necessary facilities. The Miami Seaquarium is one of the sought places to visit that welcomes you to the marine life. Located at 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149 is the longest operating oceanarium for more than 50 years and running.
Harlem Shake @ Miami Seaquarium
Miami Seaquarium is founded by Fred Coppock. Starting with caring for a baby manatee,Little Mamie, as the park undergoes construction. This is one of America’s first marine-life parks that features only Top Deck Dolphin pool, Reef Tank facility and the Shark Channel in 1955. Then followed by the Golden Dome Stadium which became a landmark of Miami. The park is famous for the movie “Flipper” shot in 1963 by the filmmaker Ivan Tors and the television show “Salty” the Sea Lion. Unfortunately the hurricane Andrew strikes South Florida and damages the park lead to the temporary closure of the park for renovation until the last month of that year. After which the operation continued with the increasing the population and welcoming new species of marine-life. It was then they opened the Water and Dolphin Exploration program and further rebuilding and remodeling the park for a more interactive facilities which are to be enjoyed by the guest.
Admission for daily pass is only $39.95, $29.95 for Children from 3-9 yo. The park is open from 9:30 AM – 6 PM. Contact them at (305) 361-5705 for more information. List Miami Seaquarium on your Miami to go list and also visit other parks and beaches as you explore merry Miami.
Go to miamiseaquarium.com for more information.