Is there mermaids at the Denver Aquarium?
Mermaids… to most, they’re the subject of myth and legend, but at Downtown Aquarium we’ve got our own sea of mermaids! Watch the mermaids swim amongst their sea life friends, all while teaching about the importance of taking care of our environment.
What time is the mermaid show at the Denver Aquarium?
Check the website for show times, but there are usually daily shows at 12:15 pm Monday through Thursday, 12pm, 5pm, and 7:30pm on Friday, 12pm, 2pm, 5pm, and 7:30pm on Saturday, and at 12pm and 2pm on Sunday.
Do you have to wear a mask at Denver aquarium?
As of June 15, reservations are staggered every 15 minutes to ensure social distancing. (Visitors ages three and older are still required to wear masks.)
Does Denver Aquarium have dolphins?
Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Aquarium was nice but there were no otters (I guess they were out) and no exhibits for dolphins, penguins, seals, sea lions, etc.
Is the Denver zoo or aquarium better?
Both are rated very highly by travel writers. On balance, Denver Zoo scores marginally higher than Downtown Aquarium. Denver Zoo has a TripExpert Score of 85 with recommendations from 6 reviewers including Where, Lonely Planet and Afar Magazine.
Is there an octopus at the Denver Aquarium?
Downtown Aquarium – Denver – Check out our Giant Pacific Octopus!
Can you bring a backpack into the Denver Aquarium?
A: The Aquarium offers baby “backpacks”, which can be borrowed free of charge at our information desk. We do not offer strollers at this time. A credit card is required at the time of check out. While we do not have strollers for use, you are always welcome to bring your own.
Where is real mermaid in aquarium?
See them for yourself at Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Okay, so technically speaking, these mermaids might actually be women with a penchant for free diving in $3,000 custom made silicone fins. No one ever said being a mermaid was cheap. It is certainly not for the faint hearted.
Can you swim with the sharks at the Denver Aquarium?
No matter the time of year, Centennial State temperatures can be downright finicky, and you may be ready to run away and treat yourself to a tropical vacation that isn’t so weather-dependent.
Why is there a tiger in the Denver Aquarium?
These Sumatran tigers belong to the AZA community and are not the property of Landry’s. They have been entrusted to the Denver Aquarium as part of the AZA Species Survival Plan to prevent their extinction.
How much does it cost to swim with sharks at the Denver Aquarium?
The fee to Dive with the Sharks is $185 per person and includes not only your dive and equipment, but all-day admission to the Aquarium, coupons, a t-shirt, and more! For more information on the Dive, or to learn more about getting certified, please visit A-1 Scuba & Travel’s website.
Are there still tigers at Denver Aquarium?
A tiger in its enclosure at the Downtown Aquarium. Although aquariums generally focus on aquatic life, Denver’s Downtown Aquarium houses Sumatran tigers, too. Some of the tigers were acquired when the facility was still Ocean Journey, but a new tiger was added in 2007.
Does Denver have a Sea World?
SeaQuest Denver Aquarium | A Hands-On Zoo & Aquarium in Denver. Welcome to SeaQuest Denver Aquarium. A Land & Sea Adventure! Are you ready for an exciting journey around the planet?
Can I bring a water bottle into the Denver Aquarium?
A: Yes we do!