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Western is revisioning operations of the SEA Discovery Center due to impacts from Covid-19. This revisioning involves working with city and community partners to maintain the public aquarium and establish sustainable, high-quality educational programs. During this time, Western will engage key stakeholders in creating a re-opening plan that meets the needs of local communities and other institutional and regional marine science centers. SEA is collaborating with several marine centers in the region to foster and provide care for the animals during the closure and to ensure their safe return to the SEA Discovery Center.

Public Aquarium Hours

Temporarily Closed

 

No Admission Fee
Donations Gratefully Accepted

 

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Community Support

SEA Discovery Center is still graciously accepting donations. However, during this unique and challenging time, we understand that there are many charities that may need your support to continue provide direct relief and resources to families who have been impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic.  While we welcome all donations, please consider donating to other community organizations like Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services.

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Welcome to SEA

We are dedicated to inspiring a deeper sense of understanding and stewardship of the marine environment.

SEA Discovery Center
Science • Education • Aquarium
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Volunteer

Our volunteers are a huge part of SEA Discovery Center and assist in every aspect of what we do. A group shot of the volunteers might work well here.

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Education

SEA Discovery Center serves the community as a marine environmental education resource for school districts, families and learners of all ages.

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About Us

At the SEA Discovery Center, we are dedicated to inspiring a deeper sense of understanding and stewardship of the marine environment. Ready to learn more about us?