Visit Marineland Dolphin Adventure
Marineland sits right on the edge of St. Johns County and Flagler County to the south, on State Road A1A.
Marineland Dolphin Adventure, the world’s first oceanarium, invites you to join us in creating lasting memories at our 1.3 million-gallon series of dolphin habitats. Choose from a variety of interactive programs, which range from those for land-loving guests to enjoy dolphins up-close.
Touch & Feed
Get up-close and personal with one of our resident dolphins in this exhilarating encounter. Our Touch & Feed program offers the opportunity to meet and greet together with feeding one of our amazing bottle nose dolphins. During your encounter, you may get wet, so we strongly recommend wearing suitable attire. Advance reservations are highly recommended.
Fins & Freedom Tours
Set sail with nearby Schooner Freedom Charters for a one of a kind sailing experience! Come on board, help raise sails, and then kick back and relax. All while you learn fascinating new facts about dolphins from Marineland Dolphin Adventure’s very own educators and trainers. It’s very common to see dolphins in the wild during these tours, so come prepared to ask plenty of questions!
Plan Your Event
You can definitely host your special event at Marineland Dolphin Adventure, where you will enjoy the beautiful Atlantic coastline! We have multiple facilities to suit your occasion, including a tented event pavilion, classroom, conference room, together with Neptune Park and our Behind the Seas Lounge. .
Our excursion starts with a kayak tour venturing into the Matanzas Basin where a Ecotours expert guide will focus on the in detail on the Atlantic bottle nose dolphin natural habitat. After a brief lunch break, visitors will walk across the street to Marineland Dolphin Adventure. There you’ll be immersed in the history and legacy of conservation at this amazing facility.
Behind the Seas Tours
Get behind the scenes and below the decks of Marineland Dolphin Adventure! Our Behind the Seas Tour offers an exclusive backstage look at our facility and animal habitats, and an opportunity to explore our particularly unique and fascinating history spanning over 75 years.
9600 Oceanshore Blvd
St. Augustine, FL 32080
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily
Grab your tickets by visiting http://www.reservestaugustine.com
See more of the Historic City by visiting our blog at https://vacationbeach.rentals/category/attractions/
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