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Gift Of Membership

Give your family and friends the gift of aquatic wonder with a Membership to the Vancouver Aquarium. Membership to the Vancouver Aquarium directly supports our many conservation, research and education initiatives while our members receive numerous benefits and unlimited admission. 

Gift of Membership

Give The Gift Of Membership

You can either give a gift membership or a gift certificate. What’s the difference? Gift certificates are mailed to you or the recipient and become active upon redemption. Gift memberships start immediately – perfect for renewing existing members.

3 ways purchase a gift certificate or gift of membership:

  1. Call us at 604.659.3526*
  2. Visit Membership Services on our admissions plaza
  3. Visit the Guest Services desk from 12:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. during your next visit to the Aquarium 

*Gift certificates purchased by phone will be mailed within 2 business days.
Please note that our Membership office hours are:
10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday to Friday
2 p.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday to Sunday & Holidays
Closed December 25

Give An Aquarium E-Gift Card

Aquarium E-Gift cards can be purchased online and are pre-loaded with the amount you choose. You’ll receive an e-gift card directly to your email inbox within minutes of purchase, so they’re a great option for last minute gifts. You’ll have a chance to enter a recipient name and message during purchase and you can either forward the e-gift card PDF by email or print it and give it to the recipient. E-Gift cards can be redeemed for membership, admission, animal encounters, sleepovers and items at our cafés and gift shops. See our giftcards page for full details.

Buy E-Gift Cards


Suggested values for E-Gift Cards:
Family Membership: $185
Adult Membership: $70
Senior/Student/Youth Membership: $50





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