The Florida Aquarium in Tampa, Florida is now open with new health and safety guidelines.
“The health, safety, and wellbeing of every guest is our utmost priority! We are taking a phased, controlled approach to reopening and have customized the guest experience to continue to deliver a world-class experience while ensuring we operate safely, responsibly and sustainably,” said Roger Germann, President and CEO of The Florida Aquarium, in a press release.
In order to visit the aquarium, you must make a reservation. Your ticket will have an arrival window, but there is no time limit of the time that you spend inside the aquarium. All guests except for children under 2 years old are required to wear a mask, and the splash pad is currently closed, all according to The Florida Aquarium’s website.
To get reservations to visit the aquarium, click here!
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