Epcot Aquarium


#1

Does anyone know the cost to swim with the fishes in the Epcot Aquarium. The one I want to do is for 8 & up. I didn’t know if anyone has done this, but I want to take my oldest who will be 8 to do this. It seems like something interesting or fun.


#2

I’m pretty sure you have to be 16 or older to do this. And the fee is in the neighborhood of $150!?!?

A couple of members have done this and can fill you in I’m sure!


#3

Divequest

$150 for this one and I think it is 10 and up.


#4

Tours and Other Experiences – Descriptions

Look at the Epcot Seas Aqua Tour. That may be what you are looking for.

$115.


#5

I think BossMouse did it. He would be a good one to talk with


#6

This is it. Anyone Done it. I am going Christmas of 09…it just seems like a good getaway from the crowds for a couple of hours.

EPCOT SEAS AQUA TOUR

Epcot Seas Aqua Tour, is now available to persons aged 8 and above. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by a participating adults.

Program is offered daily at 12:30pm. The 2.5 hour experience includes 30 minutes in the Living Seas aquarium. The $115 includes all your gear, a T-Shirt and group photo.

Park admission is NOT required.

Bring a bathing suit! You will be given a wetsuit to wear. No special certification required.

Senior Editor Deb Koma and her son took this tour in July 2007. Read their report HERE.

More firsthand reports:

Kerry - May 2005
Joe Kobiela - March 2004
Darcel - January 2004
Jeff - September 2003
Deb Wills Takes the Plunge! - December 2002

NOTE: We have links to tour reviews PRIOR TO JANUARY 2006 on this page, but our MOST CURRENT Reader Reviews can be found in our Rate and Review section HERE.


#7

BossMouse has done the dive…


#8

I’m not that interested in diving myself, but as a veteran of most of the WDW tours, if your child is even slightly interested in that particular area of interest, do it!
I have done Dolphins in Depth and enjoyed that.


#9

I think it sounds great fun and I am sure if its by Epcot it will be terrific- let us know how it goes if you do decide to do it.


#10

Another option to consider is discovery cove. It is a little more expensive $150-$250 (depending on if u want to swim with the dolphins or not) but u get to spend an entire day snokeling through the coral reef, and with stingrays, with there stingers removed of course, and the dolphin swim is AMAZING. I did this my last trip and it was the highlight of my trip, but then again i do liek that kind of stuff :slight_smile:


#11

they do that with sharks at seaworld too but i have never tried either.