On April 26, Greater Cleveland Aquarium welcomed its two millionth general admission visitors, the Britt family. The... Read More News Alerts Free Parking Today Stingray Touch Pool closed through 1/27/23 Tickets discounted for UBF Difference-makers Days
Greater Cleveland Aquarium is open 10am – 5pm daily. General admission tickets are available online and purchasing in advance of your visit is recommended. Your ticket is valid for the date and time you select. If you’re having difficulty with the website, call 216.862.8803.
You can learn more about these and other amazing aquatic animals at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. Nestled in the historic brick FirstEnergy Powerhouse, the boutique aquarium is filled with intriguing marine life from around the globe, an 11,000-gallon stingray touch pool and a 175-foot shark-filled seatube. Suggested duration 1-2 hours
The Greater Cleveland Aquarium has located a 2000 Sycamore Street in the West Bank of the Flats. The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 days a week. For more information, click here or...
Greater Cleveland Aquarium 220 reviews Unclaimed Aquariums, Venues & Event Spaces Edit Closed 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM See hours See all 468 photos Write a review Add photo Share Save Review Highlights “ + Speaking of sharks, the shark tank is one of the coolest aquarium exhibits I have experienced. ” in 29 reviews
Take time out to meditate with moon jellyfish, gawk at a giant gourami, stroke a stingray and stand under a sandtiger shark at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. Nestled in a historic brick powerhouse just steps away from the Cuyahoga River, our immersive galleries are filled with intriguing marine life from Ohio and around the globe.
In 2012, Greater Cleveland Aquarium General Manager Tami Brown established a non-profit Splash Fund “to educate and encourage passion about aquatic life and participation in the conservation of fresh and saltwater habitats through sustainable human practices.” In 2019, Splash Fund Board Members include new General Manager Stephanie White, Deborah Altman, Bruce Akers, Richard Dorman, Scot Rourke and Trevor Gile.