I am a huge fan of the Vancouver Aquarium. We attend the Vancouver Aquarium a lot to see all the wonderful displays and exhibits. Of course there are our favorites to visit such as the penguins, sea otters, and beluga whales.
I love the Vancouver Aquarium’s educational aspect and of course their rescue, rehab, and release policy. If they rescue a mammal and it can be rehabilitated, it will be released. Those mammals that were rescued and call the Vancouver Aquarium home, were deemed non-releasable, such as Wally, the blind sea otter.
MomMomOnTheGo and crew recently visited the Vancouver Aquarium and we made all our regular stops. We watched Wally and his friends eat their lunch. We saw the beluga whales do their training. We visited the penguins and made a stop at the amazing jelly fish. We also visited the amazing, new display Sea Monsters Revealed.
I recommend that you take the time to see the Sea Monsters Revealed 4D show. The show is awesome and has a ton of 3D images and experiences. You feel as if you could touch so many of the Sea Monsters.
After the 4D show, you will have to make your way to the actual Sea Monsters Revealed display that is located downstairs from the large world in the main lobby.
Here are more details about Sea Monsters Revealed as per the Vancouver Aquarium….
Experience The Canadian Premiere Of Sea Monsters Revealed: The Exhibition
March 5 to September 7, 2015
Join us this spring for the Canadian premiere of the groundbreaking exhibition Sea Monsters Revealed. This highly anticipated exhibition will take you on an exciting journey to discover some of the world’s most amazing sea creatures.
Like the human anatomy exhibits that now circle the globe, Sea Monsters Revealed uses the revolutionary polymer preservation technique, commonly called plastination, to reveal dissected bodies of these fascinating creatures from the deep sea.
The Sea Monsters Revealed exhibit was a good size. You can take your time and make your way from display to display and there is a lot to see and learn. Some of the things my Little One was fascinated to see was the skull of a Orca. My Little One was also amazed to see just how big one vertebrae was in a whale.
The displays are pretty amazing and the detail is incredible.
The displays are made to make you feel like you are entering the Sea Monsters environment in some areas.
The displays are also very detailed and made to provide you with as much educational information as possible. They are quite interesting and amazing to see. The displays are set up so that you can take a look at the Sea Monsters from the inside and out.
If you are looking for a little more, you can check out the evening lecture series that are a part of the Sea Monsters Revealed Exhibit. There are select dates for evening lectures from now until June 2nd. Make sure to check the schedule before heading out for an evening lecture as they are on only two nights per month.
I highly recommend that you check out the Sea Monsters Revealed exhibit. If you have seen it I would love to hear what you thought of it.
If you are heading to the Vancouver Aquarium from now until the end of March 2015, make sure to print out the following 50% off coupon.
Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review. As always, MomMomOnTheGo only supports companies, products, and services that she loves.