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About SEA LIFE Aquarium Charlotte-Concord

SEA LIFE Charlotte is home to North Carolina’s only 180 degree Ocean Tunnel! Come face to fin with sharks and Neptune, the rescued sea turtle, touch a sticky anemone, and explore over 10 breathtaking exhibits. No flippers required.

Immerse yourself in a tropical sea where sharks, rays, and rescued sea turtle, Neptune, swim overhead in 117,000 gallons of wow! See the Aquarium’s largest shark, a Nurse Shark, swim directly overhead for the ultimate shark selfie. Reach in and touch a chocolate chip sea star, slipper lobster, and more. Step onto a bright tropical beach surrounded by palm trees, where stingrays swim across the white sand next to bright schools of fish and see Jellyfish like never before as you control their color!

SEA LIFE Charlotte is accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums and meets all standards including animal care and welfare, veterinary programs, conservation, education and safety.

Key exhibits and features:
- Tropical Ocean Exhibit
- Interactive Touchpool
- Stingray Bay
- Jellies Exhibit

Key creatures:
- Spot Neptune, our rescued green sea turtle, settling down to sleep by our Ocean Window!
- Black tip reef sharks
- Southern stingrays and Atlantic stingrays
- Seahorses and Clownfish

*Children 2 and under are free with paid adult admission.

Safety at SEA LIFE - The Aquarium is taking all possible steps to continue to ensure the safety and well-being of guests, staff and creatures as needed.

Reduced daily ticketed capacity to allow for social distancing and the best possible guest experience.

Clear signage and floor decals have been placed to ensure proper social distancing while in line for a ride or experiences.

Enhanced cleaning measures throughout the day sanitizing high-frequency touchpoints.

Hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the aquarium.

As an added safety measure some exhibits, attractions and/or interactive elements may be temporarily closed.

Visit SEA LIFE Aquarium's website prior to your visit for up to date safety guidelines.