Clearwater Marine Aquarium Part 1- Sea Life & Trolleys

winter and hopeClearwater marine aquarium is like no other aquarium I’ve been to.  Most visit out of love for the Dolphin Tale movies which is great but you get a greater sense of amazing work to help sea life when entering those doors.  Here you’ll find many creatures that possibly wouldn’t survive without human intervention and learn their stories of survival.  The staff here is very knowledgable and friendly and shows are going on around the clock.  It’s a different experience with every visit which is in part why we decided to become members.

For a family of 3 we will enjoy a full year of aquarium visits for only $84 Aquariumwhich includes 2 guests per visit if we wish.  The bonus to this is the list of reciprocals which already in our short time being members has encouraged us to explore more amazing places from Tampa to St Pete and further away!

The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is host too much more than just the stars of the movie.  Be sure to plan your wmaquarium5visit around which shows you would like to see and also leave enough time for the free trolley or boat ride to visit The Dolphin Tale Experience.  While you’re also able to drive to this if you wish we recommend taking the boat there (expect a 2 wmaquarium3block walk from the boat to the front doors) and take the trolley back to really enjoy the services fully.

Inside the aquarium you’ll enjoy viewing tanks, an open viewing area on the upper deck, interactive sections, and of course all your movie favorite!


Our favorite part inside the aquarium were the turtles.


Your visit to the aquarium will include so much more!  You’ll get to choose wmtrolley2between a free boat or trolley ride to the Dolphin Tale Experience.  Check back tomorrow for part two of our adventure!

Thank you for reading,

Mandy- Wild Red

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