Get out! Have fun! Enjoy the best New Jersey Fall Activities
Fall is such a fantastic time for family fun in New Jersey. It’s still warm enough for an outdoor movie on a Friday night or a beach day after a day of school and work. The weather is perfect for a trip to a playground or fall festival. Amusement parks stay open later to extend the season as long as they can. It all adds up to there being so many New Jersey fall activities to do with your kids, teens, and family.
New Jersey farms open up with corn mazes, pumpkin patches, hayrides, and apple picking. And when you think about all the fall fun we have missed over these past few years, there’s no reason to not get away for some family fun with one or more of these New Jersey fall activities.
Now more than ever families are looking for things to do with their kids. Either our kids have been stuck in the same seat all day at school or glued to a screen afterschool, or we want to make fall just as memorable for our kids as the summer, either way we ALL need to get out and enjoy some fun non-school activities together. But who wants to have to search each NJ attraction to see if it’s open? And then there are all the fall activities in New Jersey we don’t even know to look for.
We KNOW you need help finding fall activities in New Jersey for the kids to do that are fun and engaging. Moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers, we know how hard it is to balance everything! It doesn’t leave much time for researching fall activities in New Jersey.
We’re here to help. Start with this list of New Jersey fall activities and know that as we discover more ideas for great fall family fun in New Jersey, we will add it to this listing, constantly keeping you up to date on things to do with kids in New Jersey and our region.
No matter what adventures you choose this fall, our wish for you is that you have the best of times with your loved ones while on them.
Outstanding Outdoor New Jersey Fall Activities
Let’s start with New Jersey’s outdoor fall activities. A lot of these outdoor New Jersey attractions have indoor buildings, just in case the weather doesn’t cooperate. Bad weather doesn’t have to ruin things. And when the weather is great the grounds are so much fun to explore with kids.
Kick off fall with a fall festival in New Jersey
Fall festivals are back in New Jersey! We’ve got to have a few hundred on our calendar by now. There are harvest festivals, Oktoberfests, apple festivals, fall festivals…. and so many more that we just can’t fit them all here. But we did fit them into a great guide of New Jersey Fall Festivals the Whole Family Will Love. Make sure your family’s New Jersey fall activities include a few visits to festivals.
Seek out scarecrows
While touring NJ for fall festivals and fall activities, make plans to take a few detours to see some unique scarecrows posted in some not-so-typical places in New Jersey.
New Jersey is home to many unique scarecrow creations! Have some New Jersey fall family fun by taking a family walk with these New Jersey scarecrows. Read about Clever New Jersey Scarecrows You Have to See. Currently updating for 2023, but take a look at all there were for 2022. Chances are they will be back for this year.
Plan for fall foliage adventures
I admit it sometimes I’m not up for a long drive across the state or out of the area, but that all changes during the fall. During the fall, I’m telling the kids to get off their phones in the car. I’m hoping my husband will do the driving. Then, the boys and I just gaze at the beauty of the trees along New Jersey’s roadways.
It’s quite fascinating to see the fall foliage and the changing colors of the trees and leaves. It’s like we didn’t remember how many shades of red, orange, and purple exist until we’re reminded by New Jersey’s changing trees. I’m always amazed to find a rainbow of leaf colors so close to each other. One tree can have leaves of purple, but then on one side the leaves are bright red and on the other, they are pale orange.
New Jersey’s Forest Service reminds us that the time has come to start planning your fall foliage adventures throughout the State of New Jersey and New Jersey State Parks, Forests & Historic Sites.
Each Friday during the fall season they will post an updated graphic on their Facebook page and give you suggestions for which one of our state parks and forests have the best foliage of the week.
Walk through the zoo
Explore New Jersey Zoos! One thing I love about our zoos is that they are open to the public, yearround. Even if they were one of those places you visited when things were closed last year, GO BACK! There’s still so much to see and explore. Plus it’s always fun to see how the animals react to the changes of the season, different types of weather, or different times of the day. Take a look at what you need to know to visit New Jersey zoos this fall.
Cape May County Park & Zoo in Cape May, NJ
The Cape May County Zoo is open daily from 10 am to 4:30 pm (March 10th – November 2nd, 2023) and 10 am to 3:30 pm (November 3rd, 2023 – March 7th, 2024). Learn more about the Cape May County Zoo by visiting their website. Keep in mind, while admission is free donations are greatly appreciated.
Space Farm Zoo in Sussex NJ
This family-owned zoo began its 96th season in 2023 and is run by third and fourth-generation relatives of founder Ralph Space. It has 500 animals from 100 different species. This September Space Farms Zoo is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. The last entrance is at 4 pm. The buildings are open. Learn more about Space Farms Zoo & Museum.
Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange NJ
The Essex County Turtle Back Zoo is open with timed tickets only. The Zoo will be open daily from 10 am to 4:00 pm (Wednesday and Thursday 10 am – 7 pm). Tickets can be purchased online or at the zoo entrance. Learn more and reserve your tickets at their website.
Bergen County Zoo in Hackensack NJ
The Bergen County Zoo is a “New World” zoo, exhibiting wildlife from North and South America. You have the unique opportunity to view such rare and unusual species as Baird’s Tapirs, Andean Condors, American Alligators, Golden Lion Tamarins, South American Pampas, and many others.
The Zoo is open daily from 10 am to 4:30 pm (April 1st – October 31st, 2023). The last admission is at 4 pm. Learn more at the Bergen County Zoo website.
Pose with sculptures in Hamilton NJ
My boys and I had our first visit to Grounds for Sculpture during the pandemic. At that time the buildings were closed but it was still quite the experience! Grounds for Sculpture is a museum, sculpture garden, and arboretum where art and nature are always at play.
The indoor museums have reopened and can be enjoyed along with the outdoors where there are nearly 300 contemporary sculptures located across 42 landscaped acres. Everywhere you look there is something to see and if you blink you might miss it.
Bring your phones or cameras fully charged because you won’t be able to resist taking lots of pictures.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and many days sell out weeks ahead of time. To learn more and find a date you can visit, visit their website. Also, visit our Library Museum Pass blog post. There you can find libraries that participate in a program that allows library cardholders to check out museum passes at no charge.
Diwali is one of the biggest holidays in India and is also known as the Festival of Lights. For 2023, Diwali will fall on Sunday, November 12, 2023 but you can expect to see celebrations October through November. Lorelei has written a great guide to celebrating Diwali in New Jersey with kids and teens. It includes Diwali events in New Jersey, books about Diwali, and Diwali activities you can do with your kids and teens.
Drive through a safari in Jackson, NJ
This is one of those New Jersey fall activities that is indoors and outdoors. Drive through the outdoor Six Flags Great Adventure Safari through the inside of your car. Yes! The drive thru safari is still open for fall 2023! This is the FINAL season for the drive thru safari. After this fall, it will return to the status of being something visitors ride through on Six Flags vehicles.
Not even the rain, nor the closed windows could keep us from getting great pictures from our delightful experience at the Six Flags Great Adventure drive-thru safari when we visited. The safari hours are subject to change. Check their calendar for the most accurate and up to date schedule!
Enjoy a dinner out at sunset at New Jersey restaurants
In 2021 New Jersey restaurants were given permission to open for outdoor dining midway through the summer. The trend became so popular that many New Jersey restaurants are continuing to offer outdoor dining, weather permitting.
From local mom-and-pop restaurants to popular restaurants on the boardwalk, there’s probably a restaurant near you that offers outdoor dining. Grab a sweatshirt, time it right, and enjoy an outdoor meal with your family as the sun is setting.
Even on chillier days, this can be a fun option as some restaurants allow you to eat near a fire pit or outdoor heaters.
Smell the roses at New Jersey Gardens
One of the New Jersey outdoor attractions we started enjoying more of over the last few years were New Jersey gardens and arboretums. Botanical gardens and arboretums across New Jersey are a fun way to get outside in the fresh air and share unique experiences with your family.
There are quite a few gardens and arboretums around the state. New Jersey botanical gardens and arboretums, give families opportunities to get exercise as a family while also discovering new flowers and creating new memories together. Every few weeks something different is blooming. It’s a must do New Jersey fall activity.
Here are a few of our favorite arboretums, you can find a full list here, New Jersey gardens and arboretums.
- Linwood arboretum – Completely outdoors at Belhaven & Wabash Avenues, open every day dusk to dawn, free admission.
- Reeves – Reed Arboretum in Summit. Arboretum grounds will be open to the public 7 days a week. Their seasonal hours can be found on their “plan your visit” page. Admission is free, but a donation of $5 per person is preferred.
Cruise around the Tuckerton Creek
Creek Tours (50 minute ride) will be running on select dates through the month of September. Creek tour availability can be found on their website.
Additional Tuckerton boat cruises are available!
- Interested in bird watching? Join a tour guide for an early morning, 2-hour guided tour focused on local birding along Tuckerton Creek and the Bay. BYOB (bring your own binoculars!).
- Not a morning person? Join the Tuckerton crew for a relaxing night on the water. Be sure to check in at the lighthouse 15 minutes before your scheduled departure time!
Reservations are filling fast! Make a plan to get here before the season ends this September. Visit the Tuckerton Seaport website for more information and to book your reservation.
Get lost in a New Jersey corn maze
Who doesn’t love a fun scavenger hunt around a corn maze? There is nothing like a crisp fall day for piling the family into the car and exploring a local farm’s corn maze. We love to see who can complete it first and taking family photos while we are “lost” in the maze. Find one near you with our guide to New Jersey Corn Mazes. Currently updating for 2023, but take a look at all there were for 2022. Most farms will be back for 2023 with a new design.
Go back in time at battlefields in New Jersey
Ever since we visited the battlefields of Fredericksburg Virginia, my youngest has been fascinated by battlefields. The cannons, forts, lookout towers capture his imagination and he can’t help but have a pretend battle with his brothers. In New Jersey, we have a few state parks with battlefields. The bonus of visiting in the fall, less crowds.
- Fort Mott State Park
- Monmouth Battlefield State Park
- Princeton Battlefield State Park
- Washington Crossing State Park
Pick pumpkins at a New Jersey farm
There’s just something about the fall and picking pumpkins, I love it. I’ll visit Sahl’s Father Son Farm over and over, each time picking up more pumpkins. Some we decorate. Some we carve, and some we cook down for pumpkin puree to use in recipes. If you’re looking for a New Jersey farm that sells pumpkins visit our guide to the BEST New Jersey Farms for Picking Pumpkins.
Spending an hour or so with your kids on a farm is a great outdoor activity and helps your kids appreciate where their food comes from. Make it better by coming home and baking up some yummy treats. Find a New Jersey farm near you by visiting our directory of New Jersey farms.
Pluck some apples at a New Jersey apple orchard
While you’re shopping New Jersey farms for pumpkins don’t forget to visit the Best Farms for Apple Picking in New Jersey. There is nothing quite like going to a New Jersey apple orchard and gathering your own crop of apples. Melanie’s kids love running through the rows of trees, filling their baskets with apples. They love eating apples right from the tree and all the yummy things you can make with apples.
Shop a NJ Farmers Market
New Jersey is the garden state! Nowhere is that more clear than at New Jersey Farmers Markets. Many of these farmers’ markets continue into the fall. If you can get directly to a farm, get to a farmers’ market.
Not only do farmers markets provide us a way to get fresh and healthy produce, that may be limited in grocery stores, but they also provide us a way to support New Jersey’s farmers.
Get into the Halloween spirit
From trick or treat times to trunk or treat events, from haunted houses to Halloween attractions we’ve all got all the details you want to know about having Halloween fun in New Jersey with your family.
Find waterfalls in New Jersey
The most majestic waterfall in New Jersey has to be the one at Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. I truly wish I loved closer because I would be there ALL THE TIME. Not only are the waterfalls at Paterson Great Falls National Historic Park truly majestic but they are also quite significant when it comes to waterfalls on the East Coast.
The Paterson Great Falls are the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi. How fortunate are we that they are ours to share in New Jersey?!
Even if you’ve been to the Great Falls, if you haven’t visited in fall, DO IT! Get a different view as the leaves change around the waterfall.
You can learn more about Paterson Great Falls through TWO articles we’ve written: Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park & The Day With No Falls! and Earning Paterson Great Falls Junior Ranger Badges.
There are other waterfalls in New Jersey, such as Boonton Falls, that you can learn about through our guide to New Jersey hiking trails with waterfalls.
Discover a castle in Verona NJ
I remember the summer we discovered one of the most beautiful locations to visit in New Jersey, Kip’s Castle. The view of the castle was incredibly impressive. If you didn’t make it there this past summer, make a plan to get there this fall.
Originally referred to as “Kypsburg” it took over three years to build in the early 1900’s. The County of Essex became its most recent owner in 2007 and integrated it into its offerings of outdoor films and concerts. At select times visitors are permitted to tour the first floor of the castle.
From the Essex County Park’s website, “Kip’s Castle is a magnificent 9,000 square foot mansion that replicates a medieval Norman castle. The estate spans eleven acres of land on the ridge of First Mountain, resting in both Montclair and Verona townships, and provides spectacular views of New York City.
Kip’s Castle is located at 22 Crestmont Road in Verona. The grounds at Kip’s Castle Park are open from dawn to dusk seven days a week. There is a small parking lot visitors can use while they tour the grounds.
Seek out diamonds in Cape May
Diamonds can be found on the Sunset Beach of Cape May. This is one of those Cape May fall activities that I’ve heard about from friends but still need to do with my boys. It sounds so fun! Now with the summer crowds gone we’ll have more space to go treasure hunting.
Small pieces of quartz, rounded and smoothed through hundreds of years traveling down the Delaware River are underfoot on this Cape May beach. When polished, these quartz rocks look like diamonds-hence the name “Cape May Diamonds.” Hunting for diamonds is a tradition for many families that visit Cape May on vacation.
Dip your toes in the water at the beach at the Jersey Shore
While we’re talking about diamonds on the beach, one of the most loved New Jersey outdoor fall activities by locals is visiting the beach. Come October most New Jersey beaches won’t have lifeguards on duty but they also won’t require beach badges. The crowds will be gone. While we don’t suggest swimming no one says you can’t dip your toes in the water or build a sand castle. You can learn more in our guide to New Jersey beaches.
Watch a movie under the stars
Fall doesn’t have to mean the end of outdoor movies. More communities than ever host outdoor movies well into the fall! If you haven’t experienced this with your family, I definitely recommend it. View our Calendar of Events for upcoming outdoor movie events.
Journey on a mural tour
Did you know that Atlantic City has over 60 murals? I have traveled into Atlantic City quite often attending events and finding things to do in Atlantic City with kids and I can not believe I did not know that. I mean sure I knew there were a few Atlantic City murals, but I had no idea there were murals up and down nearly every street in Atlantic City.
A month into the pandemic, when most things were still closed, I was determined to get out of the house and find something to do with my boys. That’s when I discovered Atlantic City murals. I spent the next week creating a Self Guided Atlantic City Murals Tour that you can do by car or bike. New murals are being added all the time.
Hike at a New Jersey State Park
Was there a New Jersey State Park you wanted to get to this summer but couldn’t because it was always filled to capacity? Try now. With fewer families visiting from out of the area and the park beaches starting to close it may be easier to get into that park.
After sitting on a beach to watch the waves, hiking is my second all-time favorite outdoor activity in New Jersey. We have so many hiking trails in New Jersey, but I usually prefer hiking at New Jersey State Parks. Not only are the trails usually marked out well, there are also park rangers available should I run into a problem. Plus you don’t usually need to worry about where to park or use the bathroom.
Hang out with the animals at the Funny Farm
Tucked away in a very quiet part of Mays Landing is the Funny Farm Rescue Animal Sanctuary, an animal rescue open to the public on Tuesdays and Sundays.
The Funny Farm is personally and professionally committed to the well-being of abused and abandoned animals. They provide food, shelter, medical care, compassion and love for the rest of their natural lives in a permanent, safe and healthy environment. While doing so the public is encouraged to visit to learn about and show their love for the animals there. Learn more about the Funny Farm in New Jersey.
Bike a new path
From the Jersey Shore boardwalks to the mountain bike trails, there are plenty of places to go bike riding in New Jersey.
One South Jersey bike path we have enjoyed as a family is the Somers Point Bike Path. It is part of a longer trail of 6.5 miles that extends from Somers Point through Linwood into Northfield and ends in Pleasantville. In Somers Point, it starts at the Somers Point City Hall at 1 West New Jersey Avenue. Along the way the trail might be called different things, but one thing is for sure. This trail is definitely kid-friendly. The paths are wide enough for parents with a stroller to share it with bikers and joggers.
If you’re not local to Somers Point or planning to visit anytime soon plan a day out biking with these 10 great places to ride bikes in New Jersey from Visit New Jersey.
Strap on some skates or grab a skateboard
Traditional indoor roller skating rinks have started to reopen. But while the weather is still cooperating take advantage of trails across New Jersey that allow for inline skating. We also have outdoor skateboarding parks open for skaters. Visit our 100+ Places to Skate in New Jersey for a listing of local places you can skate, roller blade, inline skate, or skateboard.
Climb a New Jersey Lighthouse
New Jersey is home to 11 lighthouses. As a New Jersey mom of three boys, finding ways to help them burn energy has always been one of my top priorities. So, climbing New Jersey lighthouses with them not only gets them out and about, it also lets us experience the beauty of the New Jersey coastline as a family.
Learn more about each of them in our 11 New Jersey Lighthouses to Explore with Kids. Keep in mind, even if the lighthouse is closed, you can still walk around the grounds of them to learn about their history and take in the magnificent structure.
Cruise for dolphins at the Jersey Shore
There are certainly times when you can see dolphins off the coast of the Jersey Shore. However, the best way to guarantee you’ll see dolphins is through one of the dolphin cruises offered in New Jersey. Here’s a few we’ve experienced.
- Atlantic City Dolphin Cruises
- Cape May Whale Watcher and dolphin cruises
- The Cape May Lewis Ferry, yes the ferry. While not promoted as a dolphin watching experience in New Jersey, we have seen dolphins every time we’ve sailed with the Cape May Lewis Ferry.
Yes, it might be chillier but all that means is that you need to dress in layers. It’s another must do activity in New Jersey and if the fall is when you have to do it, go for it.
Watch the airplanes
If you are looking for some different type of New Jersey fall activities and your kids love planes, check out these great New Jersey places to watch airplanes take off and land. They provide excellent viewing angles and lots of space for your family to enjoy the thrill of watching beautiful aircrafts in flight.
Journey Across a Bridge in Ocean City
We’ve done this a few times now. It’s a great way to burn off some energy. We walked across the Ocean City Bridge and back. Have you ever done this? I’ve driven across this bridge probably a hundred times. Every time I do I say I’m going to walk across this bridge someday.
With the weather just perfect and my mind determined to walk somewhere I didn’t need to worry about ticks, my boys and I set about to walk the Ocean City Bridge. At 2.5 miles each way it was just the right amount of challenge and distance for us. With the sun less intense, walking the Ocean City Bridge can be a great New Jersey fall activity.
We walked a complete loop by parking at one of the fishing piers. We walked from their all the way into Ocean City, where we stopped for ice cream. Then, we turned around to come back, passing the fishing pier, and getting to the cement gazebo at the Somers Point end before turning around to head back to our parking spot. Click over for more details to Walk Across the Ocean City Bridge.
Have you tried fishing with your children yet? New Jersey is home to many excellent waterways, filled with various species of freshwater fish. In addition to beaches and other fishing piers, you may already know of you can read our New Jersey Free Fishing Day post for a listing of other lakes and ponds around New Jersey that allow fishing.
Get scared on New Jersey roller coasters
That’s right! New Jersey amusement parks will still be open for fall activities. Many amusement parks will have fall festivals or Halloween events. Reservations may be required. But you can still count on having a fabulous time.
If you want more details or need help finding a local amusement park visit our guide to New Jersey Amusement Parks.
Go on a dinosaur hunt in New Jersey
Kids love dinosaurs! In New Jersey, where the first-nearly-complete dinosaur skeleton was discovered we have quite a few places you can see dinosaurs. Read Searching for NJ Dinosaur Parks? The Best Places to See Dinosaurs in New Jersey for more details.
Ride a train through New Jersey
We probably have just as many train lovers as we do dinosaur lovers in New Jersey, if not more. There is something magical about trains for kids. Boys and girls alike always stop to stare as a train glides into the station, and think taking a ride on a train is way cooler than hopping in the car. We have rounded up our favorite places to see all kinds of trains in New Jersey to share with you. Read about New Jersey Train Rides Near Me: A Guide to NJ Train Rides for Kids.
Search for stars in New Jersey
While New Jersey does have planetariums where you can see constellations, planets, and cool laser light shows, we also have observatories across the state. New Jersey observatories provide a place where you and the kids can gaze up at the stars away from the light pollution from cities and neighborhoods.
Jenny Jump State Forest Observatory in Hope
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey (UACNJ) hosts free public astronomy programs at their observatory in Jenny Jump State Forest in New Jersey. Presentations on astronomy are held on Saturday evening April – October starting at 8 pm. After the talk they will show you live images of the sky from our telescopes as it gets dark, weather permitting.
Admission will be by reservation only. For a schedule of programs visit their website.
Paul H. Robinson Observatory in Glen Gardner
They appear to be open for public viewing Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons through late October. For more information please visit their website or give them a call. The phone number for the Paul H. Robinson Observatory is 908-638-8500.
Peyton Observatory in Princeton
Learn more about the Peyton Observatory on their website.
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Seek out treasure with Jersey Shore pirates
Pirates, sunken treasures, and adventures… who can resist? Talk like a Pirate Day may have passed, but there’s still some time to have a pirate adventure with your kids. Jersey Shore Pirates Pirate Adventures continue on weekends through October.
Bring your young pirates aboard the Sea Gypsy for a swashbuckling Pirate Adventure on the Metedeconk River. To maintain safety and social distancing they are limiting capacity for the cruises. Call (732) 899-6100 to learn more.
Keep checking in with this post for new ideas. Every time I think I’ve listed all of the possible outdoor New Jersey fall activities, I think of a few more. I know this list will keep growing.
Before we move on to indoor fall activities here’s a few more ideas for outdoor fun in New Jersey.
- Over 30 Fall Backyard Activities to Try with Kids
- 8 Reasons Geocaching is Better Than Pokemon Go
- 10 Ways to Make Family Walks Fun
Incredible Indoor New Jersey Fall Activities
Put put put a round of Indoor Mini Golf
Do you have memories of playing mini golf on the boardwalk this summer? Just because the summer’s over doesn’t mean you can’t make new mini golf memories. All across New Jersey we have indoor mini golf courses.
When we visited Ocean City a few summers back we discovered a new favorite place to play indoor mini golf, Haunted Golf. At Haunted Golf, we found families enjoying a game of miniature golf, while maintaining their distance from others. At the end of each round of golf the Haunted Golf has golfers put their putters aside to be cleaned before being used again.
We’re currently putting together a list of indoor mini golf course in New Jersey. But until then if you have a mini golf place in New Jersey you love give them a call or drive by, some may be extending their summer hours into the fall.
I always enjoy seeing the different themes and decor of mini golf courses. Here are a few indoor mini golf courses to check out in New Jersey.
Indoor Mini Golf locations in New Jersey
- Haunted Golf – Ocean City Boardwalk
- DiDonato’s Family Fun Center – Hammonton
- Angry Birds Mini Golf – East Rutherford at American Dream
- Out of this World Blacklight Mini Golf – East Rutherford at American Dream
Explore the ocean from inside
Who doesn’t love exploring an aquarium? There are so many great animals living under the sea, and an aquarium is a great place to check them out. Fish, seals, dolphins, and sharks! What are your kids’ favorites? Find them at New Jersey aquariums.
Adventure Aquarium in Camden NJ
Adventure Aquarium is open and advanced reservations are recommended. The aquarium invites you to explore one-of-a-kind exhibits and over 15,000 aquatic animals, including the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast. Discover the underwater world like never before. Learn about the aquarium in our guide to Adventure Aquarium, Aquatic Adventures Await: Discover the Magic of Camden NJ’s Adventure Aquarium.
Atlantic City Aquarium
Unfortunately, the Atlantic City Aquarium is still closed. No reopening date has been announced yet.
Jenkinson’s Aquarium in Point Pleasant NJ
Jenkinson’s Aquarium is open daily. Since June of 1991, the aquarium has been dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitats and conservation.
Jenkinson’s Aquarium exhibits are thoughtful and engaging. The staff strives to provide guests with a unique and memorable experience through creative exhibits as well as innovative educational programs. We’ve definitely had many wonderful memories there. Tickets are available for purchase at Guest Services. Learn more at the Jenkinson’s Aquarium website.