Looking for something special to do after the holidays? Why not visit Jenkinson’s Aquarium! No crowds, parking’s free, and no lines! For the month of January, Jenkinson’s Aquarium is offering Half Price admission on weekdays. Come “sea” for yourself!
Good on general admission only.
Not valid on weekends, New Year’s Day, or Martin Luther King Day (January 16th).
Not to be combined with any other offers/coupons.
Saturday, January 14th 8:30-10am
Breakfast with the Animals
Start your day with our keepers and meet some of our ambassador animals too! Registrants receive early entry to the aquarium, a continental breakfast and time to ask questions and talk about the animals. Pre-registration is required. $35 per adult/child pair/ $10 each additional child /$20 each additional adult
Monday, January 16th 8am-1pm
Have a budding marine biologist in your life? Then sign them up for a behind the scenes look exploring a day in the life of our animal keepers! This program provides students ages 10-16 with the opportunity to experience the aquarium from an employee’s point of view. Pre-registration and sneakers are required. $80 per child
Saturday, January 21st 1-4pm
Penguin Awareness Day
Today ia all about everyone’s favorite flightless bird! Join us for keeper chats, activities and crafts too! For all ages. Included with aquarium admission.
Sunday, January 22nd 9:30-11:00am
Behind the Scenes Tour
Discover what goes on behind the scenes at our aquarium while you tour the building from top to bottom!
Pre-registration & sneakers are required.
Ages 5 and up only. $15 Adults $10 Children
Jenkinson’s Aquarium is open daily. Aquarium hours are 9:30am-5pm Monday- Friday and 10am-5pm Saturday-Sunday. Admission prices are $12 for adults, $7.00 for children ages 3-12, children 2 and under are free, and seniors 62 and up are $7.00. Call 732-899-1659 for more information or visit www.jenkinsons.com/aquarium on the web.
Jenkinson’s Aquarium is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The AZA is America’s leading accrediting organization that sets rigorous, professional standards for zoos and aquariums. The AZA is building North America’s largest wildlife conservation movement by engaging and inspiring the 143 million annual visitors to its member institutions and their communities to care about and take action to help protect wildlife.