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Celebrating Accessibility At The Vancouver Aquarium

Join us on Saturday, December 6, to celebrate accessibility and experience the wonders of aquatic life. Take advantage of these additional services to explore our world like never before.

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Experience Our Shows

American Sign Language Student Interpreters will be on site at our marine mammal and dive shows.

Check our show schedule for show times. 

Experience Our Galleries

Book your descriptive tour today! Volunteers will take visitors who are blind or have low vision on a sensory tour of our galleries. For more information or to book your tour, please contact our visitor experience team at visitorexperience@vanaqua.org.

Explore The Wet Lab

Join us for an amazing tactile experience, and learn about our local seashore life.

Enjoy Our Accessible Services:

  • Designated wheelchair spots for our shows at Canada’s Arctic, Wild Coast and Penguin Point.
  • Wheelchair accessible café tables and 4D Experience theatre.
  • Adult change table.

Check out the CAN Van

The CAN Van Interactive Autism Exhibit is a mobile display that is engaging, fun and welcoming to all ages. The goal of the CAN Van is to educate the public about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a means to encourage more inclusive and supportive communities for those living with autism. To learn more about autism, or the Canucks Autism Network, please visit www.canucksautism.ca.

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For more information, please contact the visitor experience team at visitorexperience@vanaqua.org.

Date

Saturday, December 6, 2014

time

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Place

Vancouver Aquarium

ASL-English Student Interpreters provided by:

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