Heal the Bay Aquarium features 100+ local marine animals and wildlife species and is located under the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California. Learn more about Heal the Bay's science, education, advocacy, and community action work.
The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is Heal the Bay’s marine education facility, located beach-level, just below the Carousel at the Santa Monica Pier. The Aquarium is open to the general public and attracts nearly 100,000 visitors per year. Visit the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium with your family today.
About. Heal the Bay Aquarium is a marine education facility, which inspires understanding and conservation of Southern California coastal waters, watersheds and marine life through education, interaction and discovery. Located beach level, just below the Carousel at the Santa Monica Pier, the Aquarium is open to the general public daily.
Heal the Bay Aquarium, previously named the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, is a private-public aquarium at a California State Beach Park managed by Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors, located beneath the Santa Monica Pier, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.
At 4,500 square feet, Heal the Bay Aquarium is a small but valuable local gem. A must-see when visiting Santa Monica Pier, the Aquarium is uniquely interactive with hands-on touch tank exhibits displaying starfish, hermit crabs, and sea urchins.
Visit Our Aquarium Steps from the ocean, an underwater wonderland awaits. Our kid-friendly Heal the Bay Aquarium at the Santa Monica Pier features 100+ species of marine life that live right offshore.
Heal the Bay Aquarium under the Santa Monica Pier The hidden gem of the Pier, Heal the Bay’s public marine-education center is hands-on fun tucked just underneath the historic Carousel building. Hours of Operation : Wednesday-Sunday 12PM-4PM
I took a quick trip to the Heal the Bay Aquarium, which sits right at the foot of the Santa Monica Pier. The aquarium is small but cute. There are several touch pools--with abalone, sea stars, sea urchins, and more--and a couple of pier-themed exhibits--which were quite cool and gave a good snapshot of the fish and other critters living nearby.
Managed by an environmental nonprofit group called Heal the Bay, the Heal the Bay Aquarium (the former Santa Monica Pier Aquarium) houses 100 local species—from charmingly cute sea hares to spooky moray eels—and invites guests to get hands-on through exhibits and daily educational programs. Plus, it’s free for kids age 12 and younger and ...
Run by the nonprofit Heal the Bay, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium features more than 100 different sea flora and fauna that live in the Santa Monica Bay. The touch tanks and daily educational activities will make a splash with kids.