Roundhouse Aquarium is Ready to Reopen
Beginning April 3, 2020, the Roundhouse Aquarium will re-open to the general public and guests will once again have the opportunity to visit the aquarium to explore its marine life exhibits. Advanced timed-entry reservations are required. Please scroll below to reserve your spot.
Health and safety are among our highest priorities. The following rules are based on Federal, State, County and City guidelines, and on common practices of other aquariums, zoos, and museums. Additional protocols may be added or amended. Those who do not follow safety protocols will be denied entry and/or are subject to removal.
Pursuant to government guidelines and to ensure appropriate physical distancing, the Roundhouse Aquarium will limit to 25% capacity during its public hours. We highly recommend making advanced reservations to ensure you will be able to explore the aquarium, especially during the first two weeks as staff and volunteers are getting acquainted with the new procedures. Walk-ins will be accommodated based on availability and during times that aren’t reserved.
Health and Safety Guidelines
Any person exhibiting a fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle pain, or recent loss of taste or smell will be requested to visit another day.
Masks covering your nose and mouth are required when visiting the aquarium. Ages 2 and under are exempt. Masks will be available to guests who might need one.
Observe physical distancing. The number of guests and total capacity will be limited to ensure a minimum of 6 feet distance between guests, staff and volunteers, as determined by government guidelines. Members of the same household may stay together, but other parties are requested to maintain six feet from the next guest, staff and volunteer.
Hand sanitizers will be available at the entrance and exit of the aquarium and should be used prior to entering and upon leaving the aquarium.
Follow one direction to view the exhibits. Signs will help you navigate the aquarium.
Limit touching of surfaces when possible. Animals and specimens will be for viewing only.