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School Field Trips

Our Field Trips are FINtastic!

Our school field trips are a science-filled adventure, where students can dive into hands-on learning and get up close and personal with some amazing sea creatures. With a focus on STEM combined with unforgettable animal encounters, students will gain a deeper appreciation for our oceans and all the creatures that call it home.


And the best part? We're not just educating, we're inspiring a passion for conservation and sustainability! 

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  • Enjoy a grade-level appropriate guided tour through the aquarium and learn all about our amazing animals with immersive hands-on experiences. Be a biologist: Get an up close through a high-powered macroscope and see sharks teeth, crab molt, shark skin and stingray teeth.

  • $9 per student, minimum of 15 students. One chaperone is complimentary for every 10 students. Additional parents are $12.


Please allow a minimum of 6 weeks notice when booking your field trip. Field trips cannot be booked with less than 2 weeks notice.  

NEW! Customize and extend your field trip with fun add-on experiences  and educational programs!

  • Stingray feedings

  • Mine for gems and fossils at our Red River Treasure Mine (30-60 min)

  • For groups under 60 students, choose from a variety of curriculum-based educational programs that meet LA student's standards for science (30 - 60 min)

  • Add a pizza lunch for your group, complete with chips and lemonade

Find out more information based on your group size:

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Teachers, book your fieldtrip for 20+ kids with us from now thru Nov. 17 and get this FREE axolotl classroom adoption kit for your class! (Field trip must occur before Nov 17).


The kit includes an axolotl plush toy for your classroom, and a fun fact sheet and photo for all of your students! (While supplies last)


Also each child will receive a free child guest pass to come back to the aquarium on a future date (with a paying adult) through the end of year.

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