Tickets for the Aquarium frequently sell out as we have limited tickets available for every 15 minute time slot. Advance purchase is required.
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Fri & Sat 9am-8pm
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The 120,000-square-foot St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station is located in the former mall area within St. Louis Union Station.
201 S 18th St,
St. Louis, MO 63103
Enjoy the Aquarium 365 days a year for one low price.
Your journey through the St. Louis Aquarium starts along a freshwater river and the shallow waters of a salt marsh, then moves into the deep, dark abyss of the ocean open. Browse our galleries to see what’s in store for you when you spend an afternoon at the most unique indoor attraction in St. Louis!
Learn about the unique geography & history of Missouri’s local freshwater rivers & the aquatic animals that inhabit them in Changing Rivers.
Stand in awe of sharks in all shapes and sizes in our 250,000-gallon marine habitat, Shark Canyon, and learn why these misunderstood animals deserve our respect and protection.
Sea dragons, octopus & jellies – oh, my! Descend to the ocean’s depths and watch this mysterious sea world come to life.
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