"Two rivers an ocean apart" Ocean Journey Tip by worldglobetrotter
Ocean Journey, Denver: 5 reviews and 6 photos
Colorado Ocean Journey, which opened in June 1999, is a world-class aquarium that immerses visitors on two journeys, from the Continental Divide in Colorado to Mexico's Sea of Cortez, and the other from an Indonesian rain forest to the Pacific Ocean. The Rocky Mountain West's only aquarium will also show visitors how all water and water life are inter-related.
There is even a sea otter cove, home to two Southern sea otters, Gracie and Taylor, two orphans of a storm who were rehabilitated but could no longer survive in the wild.
Not only is it a fun place, it's also educational...hey, kill two birds with one stone.
May 29-Sept. 6: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Winter Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Children ages 3 & under: FREE!
· Children ages 4-12: $6.95
· Youths ages 13-17: $12.95
· Seniors age 65+: $12.95
· Adults 18 and older: $14.95
General Admission parking: $6
Address: 700 Water Street, Qwest Park
Directions: Located in the Central Platte Valley on the northeast corner of I-25 and 23rd Avenue. From I-25, take the 23rd Avenue exit (exit #211 from I-25) and proceed east. The main parking lot is located on left, directly across from Ocean Journey.
Phone: (303) 561-4450
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