Swim with the Rays

Graceful, gentle and fascinating to watch… Experience the thrill of swimming with southern stingrays!

Feed, touch, and swim with these docile, beautiful creatures. You will be able to interact with the stingrays in shallow water on a sandy beach. While snorkeling you will be able to observe many types of tropical fish – without going to the reef!

Cost per Person:  $65.00  Price does not include tax or service charge
Program Start Times:  10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. daily
Age Restrictions: Must be at least 5 years old and children age 5, 6, and 7 must be accompanied by a Paying Adult/Guardian to Swim with the Rays. Liability waiver and child care authorization form must be signed by a parent or appointed guardian prior to participation.
Program Duration: 30 minute animal interaction time per group

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All programs include admission to the park and shows. Allow 2.5 hours before or after your program to see the shows.

  • Dolphin, Sea Lion and Parrot Shows
  • Fish and Reptile Tour
  • Bottomless Boat Ride
  • Nature Tour and Lagoon-side Beach
Swim with the Rays
Swim with the Rays
Swim with the Rays
Swim with the Rays
Swim with the Rays

Program Restrictions

  • Please advise at time of booking if you have any special requests, needs, and/ or medical conditions so that we may prepare for your participation.
  • Participants must not have contact with any wild marine mammal within 48 hours of participation to avoid disease transmission to our animals.
  • Participants must not be pregnant for this program.

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Animal Care & Training

The health and well being of the animals at Theater of the Sea takes precedence over all other interests.

Rescue & Rehabilitation

Theater of the Sea is home to many animals that have been rescued, rehabilitated, and deemed non-releasable for a variety of reasons.

About Us

Established in 1946 by the P.F. McKenney family, Theater of the Sea is one of the oldest marine mammal facilities in the world.