Jenkinson’s Aquarium May & June Events


Saturday May 6th All Day

Salamander Saturday

Join us for a celebration of these fabulous creatures! Come find out what they are, where they are, the threats they face and how you can help them! There will be keeper chats, crafts and more! All ages. Included with admission.

Sunday, May 7th 9:30-11:00am

Behind the Scenes Tour

Discover what goes on behind the scenes at our aquarium while you tour the building.

Pre-registration & sneakers are required.

Ages 5 and up only. $15 Adults. $10 Children.

Sunday, May 14th All Day

Mother’s Day

All Moms are free with a paid child admission!

Saturday, May 20th 1:00-4:00pm

Endangered Species Day

Why is it important to protect these plants & animals? What can you do to help preserve the future of these species?  Activities, games, and chats will explore how you can help.

All ages. Included with admission.


Saturday, June 10th 1:00-4:00pm

World Oceans Day

Join us for this worldwide celebration of the ocean & explore ways you can help keep it clean every day.  Dive demonstrations, activities, and crafts throughout the day.

All ages. Included with admission.

Sunday, June 11th 1:30-3:00pm

Mermaid Tea Party

It’s your classic tea party with an undersea twist! Enjoy snacks and “tea,” make a craft, and more! Dress in your best mermaid outfit and join us for a magical afternoon.

Pre-registration is required.

Ages 4-10. $30 per parent/child pair.

Sunday, June 18th All Day

Father’s Day

All Dads are free with a paid child admission!


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  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.