Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
  Exhibit Hall / Outdoor  

Exhibit Hall Tours

    The Susanne Lawrenz-Miller Exhibit Hall showcases three major environments: Rocky Shores, Sand and Mud, and Open Ocean Ecosystems.

Explore interpretative and live exhibits to learn about the many animals and plants that live in each habitat. From worms to whales all are adapted to protect themselves, find food and reproduce.

Tours of our Exhibit Hall include Guided and Self-Guided visits. Find out more about these options below.

Virtual Visits are also available on request. These remote tours provide interactive and engaging experiences that focus on a wide range of marine biology topics.

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For booking Exhibit Hall tours, please submit your reservation request here.

To schedule a Virtual Visit, please submit your reservation request here.

For self-guided Exhibit Hall visits, please call 310-548-7562, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
Visiting the Aquarium? Want your kids to take home some souvenirs but don't want to hassle going to the Gift Shop? Pre-order Aquarium treasure bags before your field trip with this handy Treasure Bag order form. Treasure bags are economical and convenient and will be ready for pick up on the day of your field trip.
Have a question? Please call 310-548-7562 or send us an email.

School Programs

Self-Guided Visits: Grades PreK - 12
Conduct your own tour through the Aquarium facilities including our Southern California Marine Habitats Hall, Exploration Center, Aquatic Nursery and Virginia Reid Moore Marine Research Library.

Exhibit Hall Tours: Grades K - 12
Students receive an introductory tour of our main exhibit hall, with a stop at the touch tank and surrounding exhibits that detail the natural history of local southern California marine life.