SEALIFE Aquarium’s World Ocean Day Celebration

Legoland’s SEALIFE Aquarium will be celebrating World Ocean Day and the 50th anniversary of   Dr. Seuss’ classic One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish on June 5 with a World Oceans Day celebration from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Families can join the festivities as an exploration diver reads the classic Dr. Seuss book underwater! You can also discover your fish name in silly Seussian style; design a party crown with their Clean Ocean Pledge; or have a caricature artist draw them as a character from their favorite Dr. Seuss book.

Here’s a link to a more detailed description of the day.
My kiddos love aquariums and SEALIFE aquarium is one of our favorites! It is a great place to visit with the entire family but especially the little ones! It is truly an aquarium designed for the kiddos! 
If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, you might want to check this out!

Daytrippingmom Giveaway- Family 4 pack to SEALIFE Aquarium

I love doing giveaways and this is one that your family will absolutely love- I have a family 4 pack of tickets to the SEALIFE Aquarium to giveaway to one lucky reader. My family had the opportunity to visit this past weekend and we had an incredible time. You can read all about our experience here.

Here is the one simple rule-
Head over to the SEALIFE Aquarium website and leave a comment on why you would want to visit.

That’s it!! All you have to do to be entered is to leave a comment. You have until next Tuesday the 7th to enter. Winner will be chosen using

Good Luck!!

Our Visit to the SEALIFE Aquarium

This past weekend we had the opportunity to visit the Sealife Aquarium at the Legoland California Resort. I really can’t begin to tell you how much fun my kiddos had. The SEALIFE Aquarium is designed specifically for children and my kids ate it all up. My daughter was in tears as we left because she did not want to leave.

First off- I love that parking at Legoland Resort is such a breeze. You can’t get closer than preferred parking. If you park in preferred- you are guaranteed to walk only a few steps. However if you don’t mind walking a bit more- the regular parking is a pretty darn good deal. We parked in regular parking and only had to walk a few more steps than the people parked in preferred.

Once we parked – the good times began. We headed to the entrance and walked right in. I loved that we didn’t have to wait in line. That is always a plus in my book!

The first area that we encountered upon entering was the Lake Tahoe Area. Just one look and the kids were hooked. The Lake Tahoe area features a slide and they(my hubby did too!) definitely put it into use. The kids did not want to leave because they were having so much fun.

After some coaxing we headed over to the San Francisco Harbor and California Gold area. The kids were oohing and aahhhing all of the different fish and absolutely loved the tide pools. We then headed over to the Shoaling Ring which is absolutely breathtaking. We loved sitting on a couple of benches and being surrounded by fish. I could have sat there for hours taking it all in.

We then headed outside to the Southern California Tide Pool Area. The kiddos loved touching the different starfish and of course playing with the Lego Sand Castle. We made our to the the rest of the first floor exhibits and on to the Lost City of Atlantis. Here, you will walk through water tunnels and be able to observe all different types of aquatic life. My daughter absolutely loved that the sharks were above our heads- my son- not so much!!

We rode the elevators upstairs and made our first pit stop at the Ray lagoon. We spent at least half an hour in a quiet little seating area taking it all in. I could have watched the sting rays for hours. After our Sting Ray watching we stepped into the Kingdom of the Seahorse. The kiddos absolutely went bonkers for the Seahorses. My daughter had read about seahorses but never had the opportunity to actually see a live seahorse and she was very impressed with the cute creatures. We finished off our experience by exploring the Discovery Zone Touch Pool, where the kiddos had the opportunity to touch a variety of sea life.

The second floor ends at the SEALIFE Aquarium’s Ocean Journey Cafe. We were given a ofree soft drink coupon at the entrance and we put it to good use. We bought some snacks and tried an unbelievably delicious brownie from the Cafe. It was out of this world!! Once we had our fill of snacks – we headed downstairs to the gift shop, browsed around and headed back home.

Almost forgot- there is plenty of room for strollers. We took our double stroller and had no problem getting around.

We had a fantastic time and I REALLY can’t wait to go back again. I could not stop grinning ear to ear as I watched my kiddos have such a great time.

Admission Prices
$18.95 for adults
$11.95 for children 3-12
2 and under are free!
* If you are visiting SEA LIFE Aquarium only, parking is $5 and you will reimbursed the $7 difference once your one-day SEA LIFE admission ticket is purchased at the ticket booths. If you have a pre-paid one-day SEA LIFE only ticket, you can receive your reimbursement at Guest Services on the day of your visit. You must bring your paid parking ticket to the ticket booth or Guest Service window in order to receive reimbursement. For guests visiting both LEGOLAND California and SEA LIFE Aquarium, the standard $12 parking fee applies.

SEA LIFETM Aquarium at the LEGOLAND® California Resort
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 918-LEGOLAND

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