The excitement continues in Adventure Aquarium’s 3D Theater, sponsored by PSE&G. The 3D theater is a one-of-a-kind movie 3D projection experience, providing an immersive, trilling experience that’s fun for the whole family!
Visit Creature Feature, Adventure Aquarium's touch pool with creatures from the rocky shores of the Pacific Northwest, where guests will have the chance to see and touch slick, slimy and all-around cool Invertebrates.
Head to Gill's Grotto inside KidZone (Zone C), our playground under the sea and prepare to roll up your sleeves and become part of the aquarium experience as you get hands on with more than a dozen warm-water invertebrates.
Welcome to the home of the Little Blues - the smallest and cutest penguins in the world! Enjoy a day at the beach on a sandy Australian shoreline, get to know the flock with exceptional underwater views and fall in love with these adorable little birds.
In Adventure Aquarium's Ocean Realm Exhibit, guests come face-to-face with 760,000 gallons of seawater and over 400 animals, including southern stingrays, silky sharks, blue runners, zebra sharks, hammerhead, blacknose sharks and more!
Welcome to Penguin Island, the penguin paradise home to Adventure Aquarium's flock of African Penguins. Penguin Island includes a 17,000-gallon, 70' x35' pool where our flightless feathered friends can swim, frolic and dive.
Sea Turtle Cove, located in Zone A adjacent to the 760,000-gallon Ocean Realm, focuses on endangered species of sea turtles from around the globe as well the resident loggerhead and green sea turtles of Adventure Aquarium.
Shark Bridge brings you even closer to these incredible creatures than ever before! Walk just inches above magnificent sand tiger, sandbar and nurse sharks along with other animals in this unique V-shaped rope suspension bridge - the longest bridge of its kind in the world.
Over 20 sharks and 200 animals live in our 550,000-gallon shark realm. So you can find yourself completely surrounded by some of the fiercest creatures in the ocean. Like sandbar sharks, sand tiger sharks and more.