What is under the Bay at San Francisco aquarium?

What is under the Bay at San Francisco aquarium?

Under the Bay is the Aquarium’s largest and most iconic exhibit area, featuring two-immense tunnels that total 300 feet, holding more than 700,000 gallons of carefully maintained water from San Francisco Bay.

Where can I find parking at Aquarium of the Bay?

Click here for driving directions. Public parking facilities are available at Pier 35 or across from the main entrance at the PIER 39 garage. The garage is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please note that Aquarium of the Bay does not validate parking, but many PIER 39 restaurants do.

Is Aquarium of the bay open for applications?

Aquarium of the Bay is now accepting applications for an $8,000/year scholarship. Now Open at Full Capacity! Masks are required for all guests visiting Aquarium of the Bay, regardless of vaccination status.

Can I use public transportation to get to Aquarium of the Bay?

Aquarium of the Bay supports the use of public transportation. Present a current, valid Bay Area public transportation pass or transfer and receive $2 off adult admission, and $1 off child/senior admission (cannot be combined with any other offer). Visit www.511.org to get directions for using public transit to visit Aquarium of the Bay.

Do I need to reserve my Aquarium of the Bay tickets?

Advance reservations are no longer required. Use the “ Buy Tickets ” button at the top right of the page to purchase in advance. Refunds will not be processed without proof of Aquarium of the Bay ticket purchase. CityPASS: No need to reserve!

How many animals are in the San Francisco aquarium?

Located on the historic San Francisco waterfront at PIER 39, the Aquarium is home to more than 20,000 marine animals including sleek sharks and rays, secretive octopus, hypnotic jellyfish, sparkling anchovies, frolicking river otters, and many more.

What is the aquarium of the Bay virtual experience?

The virtual Aquarium of the Bay experience is 25-60 minutes long and pairs you with one of our wildlife experts to answer as many questions as you want! This brand new experience offers an inspired lens to nature, and a glimpse into 70% of our planet that most never have the opportunity to see.

What kind of fish are in San Francisco Bay?

This gallery highlights animals that are commonly found closest to the shore and near San Francisco docks. Here, guests will find green moray eels, wolf eels, juvenile swell sharks, and the bright orange garibaldi, the marine state fish of California.