Imagine spending a day with celebrity performers, watching amazing feats and swim with dolphins as they leap through the air and execute exquisite choreographed moves. Do you see yourself watching a professional ballet in a dark theater? A close assessment, except you won’t be in the dark. Theater of the Sea, in the bright Florida sunshine, is the must see venue for remarkable water dwelling performers and their talented human counterparts in a watery dance like no other.
You’ll want to take your time and explore all seventeen acres of lagoons and lush landscaped grounds that make up the fascinating Theater of the Sea. Entertainment, education and enchantment are all provided with the cost of your ticket.
You’ll meet Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, California sea lions, as well as sea turtles, tropical and game fish, sharks, stingrays, alligators, marine invertebrates, and colorful tropical birds. Take a dip yourself and swim alongside a dolphin for an incomparable interactive experience.
You will recognize immediately, the staff of the family owned Theater of the Sea not only enjoys their work, but they love the marine mammals, inspiring visitors to a greater awareness and sensitivity towards the animals, the environment, and conservation issues. No wonder admiring fans have been returning year after year since their opening in 1946. Theater of the Sea is celebrating their 70th Anniversary!
Discover more of the Florida Keys ecology with a four hour boat tour, Theater of the Sea’s Eco- adventure and Snorkel Cruise. The experienced captain of the 30 foot Parker boat will showcase the only living coral reef in North America as you tour the waters of surrounding islands. Whether you’re on the water or in it, Theater of the Sea is an extraordinary adventure not to be missed.
If swim with dolphins is on your bucket list, be sure to stop at Theater of the Sea in Islamorada mm 84.5 oceanside. Advanced reservations are suggested. If you want even more information and details about swimming with dolphin, swimming with sharks and more click here.