In recognition of their service to our country, “Salute to Heroes” Week offers all veterans, active duty military, police, fire, law enforcement and EMT personnel free admission to Miami Seaquarium through May 30.
A valid military or first responder photo ID is required and must be presented at the ticket counter. All accompanying family members — up to four guests — will receive 50 percent off admission.
In addition, the park will be offering 50 percent off animal encounter programs to all military and first responders and up to four of their guests. To book an animal encounter program, call 305-361-5705.
A valid military or first responder photo ID is required and must be presented upon arrival on the day of the animal encounter program.
Over the three-day Memorial Day weekend, Miami Seaquarium will host displays and demonstrations from local police and fire departments. In addition, all military and first responder guests will be honored during one of the park’s show presentations.
U.S. veterans, retired and active military personnel must present military ID or proof of U.S. military service at Miami Seaquarium ticket booths to receive the complimentary admission. Miami Seaquarium will admit first responders, including sworn officers, civilian employees and support staff from all city and county fire and law enforcement organizations, plus the following: Florida Highway Patrol; Broward County Sheriff Office; District Attorney; correctional facilities (prisons); U.S. Marshals; ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); International Border Patrol; Immigration Naturalization Service (INS); Homeland Security which includes: International Border Patrol, Citizenship & Immigration, Immigration Customs Enforcement, Secret Service, FEMA,TSA; ambulance company EMTs, and reserve or volunteer fire and law enforcement members with valid ID.
Miami Seaquarium, South Florida’s most popular tourist attraction, is a family-oriented marine life park open to the public 365 days a year.
The park provides visitors with a greater understanding and appreciation for marine life through shows, presentations and marine-life exhibits. For more information on Miami Seaquarium visit the website at www.miamiseaquarium.com.