Santa and The Elves Are Coming to the Florida Aquarium

As the holiday season gets into full swing, the Florida Aquarium will be hosting their own Christmas inspired fun in the days ahead.

Starting this upcoming weekend, Santa and his diving elves will be at the Aquarium on selected weekend dates for families to see. The Elves will be in various tanks throughout the venue so keep an eye out. Santa will be available for meet and greet and photo opportunities, each of the following days from 10:30 am until 1:30pm: December 3, 10, 17, 21 & 22, 2016. (Photos aren’t included in the admission and can be purchased for an additional cost.)

On Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 8:00am until 9:30am, families will have the opportunity to have breakfast with Santa at the Aquarium. The breakfast will not only feature some delicious favorites but,  will give children a chance to meet and take photos with St. Nick. Tickets for the breakfast will also include admission to the Florida Aquarium. Adults are $34.95, Children are $20.95 and under 2 are FREE. There is limited space for the breakfast, so click here to buy tickets now.

The fun won’t end after Christmas however, from December 26-31, 2016 from 12:00pm until 5:00pm daily, the Kids Outdoor Play area at the Florida Aquarium will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland with snow for the youngest members of the family to enjoy, right here in Florida !

General Admission tickets into the Florida Aquarium are: $24.95 for Adults, $22.95 for Seniors 60+, $19.95 for Children (Ages 3-11), and Children 2 and under are FREE. (Note: Tickets purchased online are a few dollars cheaper than if purchased at the box office.)

The Florida Aquarium is the home to some of Florida’s most interesting sea life as well as sea animals from around the world. Not only will your family get to experience the holidays at the Aquarium, they will also go home knowing more about local wildlife than they did before they went.

The Florida Aquarium is located at 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa, Florida 33602.

(Some information included in this piece was obtained from the official Florida Aquarium Press Release.)

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