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After Hours:
October 31, 6-10 p.m.

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Event Details

Celebrate Halloween with an adult puppet show, a penguin walk, dangerous animal science talks, or just grab a friend and explore the exhibits, with a cocktail in hand. Limited tickets are available.

Date

October 31, 2018

Location

Vancouver Aquarium

Time

6 - 10 p.m.

price

Members: $27
Non-Members: $35

TICKETS

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Penguin walk

Penguin Walk

So, er, um, you waddle here often? Get up close and personal with a lovable penguin. Known for their curiosity, these animals will be just as excited to meet you. Dressed in his finest tuxedo, it’s an encounter you won’t soon forget.

Costume Contest

Costumes are encouraged! Let loose and compete for the crown in our annual Halloween costume contest. Dress to impress but please note that beads, glitter and sequins can damage our water filters and should be avoided.

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Adult Puppet Show

With the kids tucked safely into bed these naughty puppets will say and do whatever comes into their tiny, fuzzy heads. A crowd favourite, these crazy puppets will leave you in stiches.

Shark: A 4-D Experience® 

Come face to face with some of the world’s most strange and mysterious shark species. These extraordinarily intelligent underwater giants each exhibit unique behaviors to navigate their ever-changing environment.

After Hours
 
 

Don’t miss our upcoming After Hours events:

  • December 5, 6 - 10 p.m.

Housekeeping:

While you may like to stay out late, some of our animals require the lights to go out earlier to reflect their natural environment.

  • The Graham Amazon Gallery is open from 6.30-8pm. 
  • Penguin Point is open from 6.30-8pm.

Costumes are encouraged! However, please note that beads, glitter and sequins can damage our water filters and should be avoided.

 
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