Discover an exciting underwater world

2019-07-02 06:00
Children are in for an interactive treat at the Two Oceans Aquarium this holidays.

Children are in for an interactive treat at the Two Oceans Aquarium this holidays.

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Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person. For children aged 14 to 17 is R140 per person. Pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.V For more information visit https://www.aquarium.co.za/blog/entry/school-holidays-aquarium-cape-town

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays. Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.

A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.

Longer hours, activities for the whole family and exciting new animals make the Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town’s preferred family destination this school holidays.

Join the underwater amazement at the aquarium which is currently running until Monday 8 July with fun and adventure for the whole family.

The daily line-up is as follows:

. 10:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 11:30 – Penguin exhibit feed;

. 13:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre;

. 14:00 – Diver-led feeds in the I&J Ocean Exhibit or Kelp Forest Exhibit (with talking diver);

. 15:00 – Predator exhibit ragged-tooth shark feeding (Sundays only);

. 15:30 – Puppet show at the I&J Children’s Play Centre.

The aquarium will also be extending its hours during this period, from 09:00 to 18:00.

During the school holidays, the Two Oceans Aquarium will, as always, be jam-packed with activities to keep landlubbers of all ages entertained, inspired, and warm. Discover a world of underwater oddities: brand new batfish, crabs that craft their own armour, filter feeders that come alive at snack time and the strange colour-changing frogfish which uses its own fishing rod to catch its prey.A face-painter will be taking up residence in the aquarium to decorate children’s faces with all things fishy, fantastic and fun. Find the painter in the aquarium on the weekends at no extra cost – everyone visiting the aquarium during this time is welcome to have their face painted.Cost

Entry for adults is R185 per person, for children aged four to 13 is R90 per person, children 14 to 17 is R140 per person, pensioners and students are R140 per person (with valid pensioner or student card) and children under the age of four enter free.V For more information visit https://www.aquarium.co.za/blog/entry/school-holidays-aquarium-cape-town

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