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The National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium is one of the biggest ten aquariums globally. The sleepover itinerary is widely loved by parent-and-child visitors. This summer, the activity “Ray flight log" is held until October 10th. Various activities allow adults and children who love sea creatures to get a taste of the different looks of the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium.
In addition, dozens of large fish such as sharks, bonito and, groupers are also there. Visitors can get on the cabin equipment to experience, with the ray serving as the captain, exploring the ocean along the appointed route.
Sleeping with Sea Creatures
Apart from sleeping with rays in the open ocean tank for one night, in different seasons, visitors can also have the freedom to choose sleepovers at the Coral Kingdom Pavilion, the well-known underwater tunnel of the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium is also there, allowing visitors to be accompanied by coral reefs and tropical fish. Or visitors can spend the night in the beluga whale area, looking up at the beluga whale which is from the North Pole. The seaweed forest accommodation area in California is full of green. If you have adventurous spirits, why not choose the shark area?
Visiting the Intertidal Zone at Night
The advantage of a sleepover at the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium is that you can visit the nocturnal marine creatures in the museum with the docent at night, after all, you cannot understand the fluorescent proteins only in a hasty two- hour-journey.
After the itinerary in the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium come to an end, if you are not satisfied, go to the neighboring intertidal zone, walk in the footsteps of the night patrol, trace the tracks of outdoor nocturnal creatures, and have a journey in the intertidal zone at night.
The sleepover at the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium is famedas one of the must-visit itineraries of the lifetime. Couples can take photos and check in, while children can act as mini-docents in activities, which can be a satisfying parent-child journey. Get on captain ray's flight to see the different Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium at night.
The sleepover at the Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium
Time：July 1 to Octorbor 10, 2022
Venue: National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium