Miami Seaquarium Camp Programs

Its Miami’s premier attraction! Its a place where dolphins fly, where fearsome moray eels lurk in coral reef caverns, where shimmering schools of exotic fish dance through underwater seascapes, and its the only p;lace where you will see the graceful beauty of a Pacific white sided dolphin combined with the awesome power of the three ton killer whale.

Its a world class marine life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and presentations offered each day!

Located just ten minutes from downtown Miami on beautiful Virginia Key, we offer visitors hours of fun – and it’s educational too. Across 38 landscaped acres, the marine life entertainment park provides a fun-filled mix of exhibits, shows, attractions, food and shopping opportunities that have made it a Miami institution.

Summer Camp


4400 Rickenbacker Causeway

Miami, FL 33149

P. (305)361-5705 Ext 298, 207, 526

F. (305)365-2500

W. Miami Seaquarium Camps

E. Miami Seaquarium Camps

  • Marine Biology
  • Aquarium Studies
  • Sealife
  • Marine Mammals
  • Arts and Crafts Projects
  • Marine Life Shows
  • Animal Interaction
  • Interactive Games
  • Training Techniques

2014 Summer Camp Brochure Coming Soon

2014 Downloadable registration form Coming Soon

2014 Parent Handbook Coming Soon

For more information call:
Phone: (305)361-5705 Ext 298, 207, 526

To register fill out on-line form OR send in downloadable form via fax or e-mail:

Fax: (305)365-2500


Camp Type: Day, Summer, Spring and Winter

Camp Gender: Coed

Ages: 8-17

Affiliation: N/A


Summer Camps at Miami Seaquarium


Summer Camp

Let your child enjoy sun-and-fun-filled days of education and conservation at Miami Seaquarium’s summer camp. Our weekly programs vary by age and skills levels so you can find the program that is just right for your child. He or she will enjoy:

  • Up-close animal interactions
  • Animal shows
  • Field & art activities
  • Complimentary camp t-shirt
  • A souvenir water bottle
  • Snacks

Camp Seaquarium 2014 Themes

Flipper and Friends

This week campers will learn all about dolphins! Dolphin classification, body function, senses, and conservation will be discussed. Campers will learn in detail about the three types of dolphins we have at Miami Seaquarium. Dolphin training techniques and husbandry will also be explored.

Oceans in Motion

This week campers will learn about the world’s oceans. Campers will discover why waves, tides, currents, and ocean landscape are important to marine animals and to our planet. Ocean conservation topics will also be explored during this week of camp!

Ocean Rangers

Campers will learn about some unique habitats of Florida and how to conserve these habitats. Coral reefs, mangroves, sea grasses, beaches, and the Everglades will be explored this week. Campers will also learn about the plants and animals that make their homes in these special habitats.

Summer Camp Open House: Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18, 2014

Open House Hours: 10:00 a.m. –  2:30 p.m.

Open House Flyer Coming Soon

Summer Camp Dates: June 9, 2014 to August 15, 2014

Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Ages: 5-18


  • $200 for the first week
  • $185 for any additional weeks
  • $180 per week for pass members
  • $185 Additional sibling

Optional Camp Upgrade

Campers in grades K-high school can enroll in our Dolphin Encounter program. They’ll have the opportunity to touch, feed, play and learn training techniques with these amazing animals. No height requirement. Special pricing for Seaquarium campers. Limited Spaces.

Campers in grades 4-high school can enroll in our Dolphin Odyssey program.They’ll have the opportunity to touch, feed, play and learn training techniques with these amazing animals. The experience is highlighted by an awesome dorsal pull that’ll show you the true power of these amazing creatures.Children must be 52″ to participate in this program. Special pricing for Seaquarium campers. Limited Spaces.

Spring Camps at Miami Seaqaurium

Spring Camp

Spring Camp

Springtime brings excitement to Miami Seaquarium® with the return of spring camp. The week long camp consists of one marine mammal show a day, at least one animal interaction a day, arts and crafts, interactive games, and much more!

Campers also enjoy:

  • T-shirt,
  • One Kodak photo
  • Lunch, Beverages, & Snacks

2014 Dates

March 24- March 28, 2014

This year’s Theme: Take a Walk on the Wild Side!

Ages: 5-18

Time: 9:30 am-4:30 pm (early care starts at 8:30 am and late care ends at 5:30 pm for additional cost)

2015 Dates

March 23-27, 2015

Days Camps at Miami Seaquarium

Day Camp

Day Camp

Turn a day off from school into an education-packed experience at Miami Seaquarium®. At our educational day camps, children enjoy exciting animal interactions, marine mammal shows, art projects, games, and marine biology fun. From marine invertebrates to marine mammals, our broadly varied theme weeks offer a new experience each time your child attends. Day Camp includes lunch, snack, photo, and a t-shirt.


  • Friday, February 7: Groovy Reptiles
  • Monday, February 17: Dolphin Dreamland
  • Friday, March 21: Shark-mania!
  • Thursday, September 25: more information coming soon
  • Friday, October 24: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, November 4: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, November 11: more information coming soon


  • Friday, January 16: more information coming soon
  • Monday, January 19: more information coming soon
  • Monday, February 16: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, February 17: more information coming soon
  • Friday, March 20: more information coming soon

Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


$50 per child

Pass Member: $45 per child

Early and late care is available (additional cost)

Winter Camps at Miami Seaquarium

Winter Camp

Winter Camp

Winter break brings excitement to Miami Seaquarium with the return of winter camp. The week long winter camp includes one marine mammal show a day, one to two animal interactions a day, arts and crafts projects, interactive games and much more!

Campers also enjoy:

  • T-shirt,
  • One Kodak photo
  • Lunch, Beverages, & Snacks

2014-2015 Dates

Week A: December 22-26, 2014 (no camp on Thursday, December 25th)

Week B: December 29, 2014- Jan. 2, 2015 (no camp on Thursday, January 1st)

Camp Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


$175 per week. Additional sibling $160.

$160 per week annual pass holders. Additional sibling $160.

Early care 8:30-9:30 a.m. (additional $20)

Late care 4:30-5:30 p.m. (additional $20)

Combo early/late care (additional $35)

Author: Stuspots

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  • jacky

    They havve a camp, i did not know that, i am definitely enrolling my daughter this summer..she loves this place !!