Join the Florida Aquarium for 4th of July and Get A Great View of the Fireworks!

If you are looking for a great place to check out the Downtown Tampa Fireworks this 4th of July, then you might want to consider the Florida Aquarium.

The Florida Aquarium’s newest addition, the Mosaic Center will be open which will allow guests to view the Fireworks from the balcony and rooftop deck. Cash bars will be on hand for guests to enjoy, if you prefer a VIP type of view, that can also be made possible for just $10 per person.

If you are planning on visiting the Florida Aquarium, the Aquarium will be open until 9:30pm, which will include viewing the 9:00pm Fireworks  and a chance to see thousands of sea life as the exhibits will be open until 8:30pm.

Parking will be $10 per car after 2:00pm, Florida Aquarium Members will be able to park and enter for FREE, and can purchase the Premium Fireworks Viewing for $8 per person.

To purchase Premium  Tickets for the Fireworks Viewing, click here and to purchase General Admission Tickets, click here.

There is also a Fireworks’ Cruise on the Florida Aquarium’s very own Bay Spirit II that will board and then leave the dock at the Aquarium at 7:30pm for a two-hour cruise. Guests aboard the boat will experience the sunset around the Bay and then come back to the Channelside area to see the fireworks for an upclose, one of a kind view!

Guests aboard the Bay Spirit II’s Fireworks Cruise will be able to snack on appetizers and desserts and receive one free drink ticket.

Appetizer Selections include but, aren’t limited to:

  • Chicken Cordon Bleu Puffs
  • Adobo Chicken Quesadillas
  • Beef and Vegetable Skewers
  • Veggie Spring Rolls
  • Crackers and Dip

*General Admission into the Florida Aquarium is included in the price of the Fireworks’ Cruise Ticket. Tickets for Adults and Children are $79.00 each. To purchase tickets for the Fireworks’ Cruise, click here.

 

 

 

 

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