Visit the new Marine Mammal Rescue exhibit at the B.C. Wild Coast for a sneak peek into our Marine Mammal Rescue Centre ─ the only facility of its kind in Canada and one of the largest rescue facilities in the world.
The Canada’s Arctic exhibit tells the story of the changes experienced by the people, land and animals. It engages visitors with stories of the melting Arctic and its impact on people and its uniquely adapted animals.
Frogs, toads, salamanders, and odd-looking caecilians ─ these are the more than 20 amphibians displayed in the Aquarium's Frogs Forever? exhibit.
Experience the extraordinary diversity and interdependence of aquatic and terrestrial life in the Amazon as you walk through a re-creation of South America’s tropical rainforest.
The Pacific Canada Pavilion spans two levels and features the fascinating marine life along Vancouver’s front door - its waterfront.
The home of these African Penguins – Penguin Point – is inspired by Boulders Beach in Cape Town, South Africa, their natural home. A 180 degree view will allow you to see these penguins in action as they waddle on the rockwork and swim in the surrounding water.
Come nose to snout with Steller sea lions at Steller’s Bay, an exhibit that spotlights these majestic marine mammals at the Vancouver Aquarium.
The Tropics gallery showcases coral reefs, mangrove forests, rivers and lakes near the equator. Some of this gallery’s highlights include colourful tropical fishes and a green sea turtle that swims with the sharks.
Travel from serene sand flats to swaying kelp beds to wave-swept rocky coasts. British Columbia boasts a great diversity of coastal habitats that host a large variety of marine species uniquely adapted to their homes.
Find out what we have for you to discover in the Wet Lab, an interactive learning centre.
These mesmerizing, gelatinous blobs are both hunters and hunted. Sea turtles travel huge distances just to feast on them. Discover so much more about these fascinating animals as you explore our vairous jellyfish exhibits.