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Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

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The mission of the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is to inspire conservation of the marine environment through education, research and sustainable practices.
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Deborah
Deborah
May 16, 2020
Great place to go if you like sea life and I-Max movies.
Nickie
Nickie
May 11, 2020
Travel on an aquatic journey from the shore to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean and experience coastal habitats from around the world. Thousands of animals representing over 300 species, displayed in entertaining and educational exhibits, are ready to enchant, entertain and inspire you!
Ryan
Ryan
December 25, 2019
Explore over 800,000 gallons at one of the best aquariums and animal habitats in the country​. Experience hands-on exhibits, nature path, and marshlands. With animals representing over 300 species, the Virginia Aquarium has an incredible amount of fun for anyone.
Brent
Brent
December 4, 2019
Of course al of the marine life and animals but also areas to walk outside and enjoy.
Alisia
Alisia
November 27, 2019
The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is an aquarium and marine science museum located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, just south of Rudee Inlet. The exhibits at the museum are contained in over 800,000 US gallons of fresh and saltwater displays.

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717 General Booth Boulevard
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Téléphone+1 757-385-3474
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