Aquarium of Niagara
Located just a few blocks away from Niagara Falls State Park, the Aquarium of Niagara has educational exhibits that encourage animal conservation and the highest quality of animal care.
More than 1,500 aquatic animals live at the Niagara Falls aquarium, representing ecosystems ranging from the Great Lakes to coral reefs. Highlights of the Niagara aquarium include over 40 exhibits starring California sea lions, Peruvian penguins, seahorses, sturgeon and more.
Outside, visitors can enjoy the vibrant life-sized painting of a whale, known as the Whaling Wall, created by famed environmental marine life artist Wyland. The Whaling Wall offers a glimpse of the underwater world waiting inside the Niagara Falls aquarium.
Aquarium admission is available for individual purchase, or as part of the value-added Niagara Falls USA Discovery Pass, which is available seasonally.
- Adults: $13
- Seniors (Ages 60 and over): $11.25
- Children (Ages 3-12): $9
- Infants (Ages 2 and under): Free
Hours of OperationStarting on September 5, 2017:
- 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Last admission is 30 minutes prior to closing.