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Membership Offers Incredible Value and Exclusive Benefits

With over 50,000 animals, new features and shows every season, there is always a reason to visit the Vancouver Aquarium. In addition to numerous perks, including express entry and discounts on up-close experiences, your membership also directly funds our conservation, research and education programs.

Become A Member or Give Membership As A Gift

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Membership Options

Your membership lasts for 12 or 24 months from the date it is purchased. If you need assistance choosing the best membership for your group, please contact the membership office at 604.659.3526.

One Year Two-Year Membership Type



Family *






Senior 65+



Youth (13-18)






Child Pass (4-12)***

limited benefits



Child (3 and Under)

Prices do not include GST.

All memberships are non-transferrable and non-refundable.

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Gift of Membership

* A Family Membership consists of two adults (19 and over) and up to four children between 4 and 18 years old. Children under 4 years are free. With the purchase of a 1 year Family Membership, you can add up to three additional family members for a fee of $34 (plus tax) each or $60 (plus tax) each for a 2 year Family Membership. This benefit is only available with the purchase of a Family Membership.

** Students must provide a current ID card on first visit. A student is anyone 18 years and older with a valid student card from any post-secondary education institution.

*** Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by a paying adult or guardian aged 13 or over. The Vancouver Aquarium reserves the right to verify the age and identity of any unaccompanied minor or young guardians. Child pass does not include membership benefits/discounts.

Please note, senior, student, youth and child membership do not come with a free guest pass.

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