THE WAIKIKI AQUARIUM KICKS OFF 2014 WITH MARINE EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES

The Waikiki Aquarium is making a splash with a line-up of fun, family-friendly educational events for the New Year. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon feeding the animals, explore the ocean reef at night, or bring the kids for some educational crafts. To register for events, please call 440-9007.

JOIN THE SEA OF KELPERS: WAIKIKI AQUARIUM INTERPRETER TRAINING BEGINS JANUARY 14, 2014

The Waikiki Aquarium offers a sea of volunteer opportunities that provide the chance to teach residents and visitors about Pacific marine life and conservation. The Aquarium will hold free interpreter training beginning on Thursday, January 14.

WAIKIKI AQUARIUM TO MAKE A SPLASH WITH LAUNCH OF NEW KEIKI BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES

“Seal-a-brate” your son’s or daughter’s next birthday amongst the marine animals at the Waikiki Aquarium! The Aquarium recently launched its first-ever birthday party packages for keiki ages 3 to 11, combining an open-air setting with entertaining and educational activities.

TREAT FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO A YEAR OF FUN UNDER THE SEA AT THE WAIKIKI AQUARIUM

Why swim through a sea of shoppers this holiday season? The perfect gift for families can be caught at the Waikiki Aquarium, now selling its Christmas Membership Gift Certificates. During a special holiday offer, guests can buy two Family Membership gift certificates and receive a 2014 Aquarium Marine Tide Calendar.

HARD ROCK CAFE SUPPORTS WAIKIKI AQUARIUM THROUGH SEAHORSE PIN FUNDRAISER

The Hard Rock Cafe HONOLULU is making a splash with its latest effort to support the Waikiki Aquarium. A special seahorse pin is now available at the Hard Rock Cafe HONOLULU Rock Shop for $12, with a percentage of its proceeds benefitting the Aquarium.

WAIKIKI AQUARIUM TO LAUNCH SEA TURTLE EXHIBIT

Starting today, the Waikiki Aquarium will host six threatened Hawaiian honu (Green sea turtle) hatchlings as part of a special exhibit and conservation program. The honu, on loan from Sea Life Park where they were born in captivity, will be on display for approximately one year until they are large enough to be released into the ocean.