This 2.5-million-gallon Dolphin Habitat is home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Its purpose is to provide a healthy and nurturing environment for dolphins, as well as to educate the public about marine mammals and their environment - including their role in the ecosystem.
Four connected pools, an artificial coral reef system and sandy bottom replicate the dolphins' natural environment. Most of the dolphins were born here, and the remaining few were relocated from other facilities.
The Dolphin Habitat
is both an educational and research facility. We host educational programs
for students from kindergarten through university age. Guided tours for the
public are conducted throughout the day. Guests see the dolphins in a naturalistic
environment, exhibiting natural behaviors. Research is conducted under the
guidance of the Dolphin Care Specialists.
Admission and Hours:
11:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.