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Miami Seaquarium free weekend for teachers

Teachers, Miami Seaquarium is rewarding your work with free admission.

As part of its “Totally Teachers Weekend,” from Sept. 23-24, 2023, the marine theme park will offer free admission to South Florida's teachers and school employees, plus 50 percent off for up to five guests.

Photo: Miami Seaquarium

And we mean the whole tri-county area! Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach county teachers and employees are included in this special offer. 

If you're eligible, you can: 

  • Enjoy shows, presentations and exhibits.
  • Receive information on education programs .
  • Enter to win a field trip for your class.
  • Meet the Seaquarium education team.

Teachers and school employees must show valid school identification or a pay stub. Miami Seaquarium is at 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne. For more information, click here.

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