An aquarium visit soothes the soul with visions of ambling fish and bubbling tanks that make us nostalgic for the gestation pods in which all human life begins. Come full circle with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$25 for a three-attraction package for one (up to a $53.85 total value) $49 for a three-attraction package for two (up to a $107.70 total value) $97 for a three-attraction package for four (up to a $215.40 total value)
- Aquarium Pyramid admission (up to a $21.95/person value)
- Rainforest Pyramid admission on the same day (up to a $21.95/person value)
- Admission to the Jam Remastered exhibit at the Discovery Museum on the same day (up to a $9.95/person value)
The Aquarium Pyramid gives visitors up-close-and-personal peeks at more than 10,000 marine animals from the Caribbean, North Pacific, South Pacific, and South Atlantic. Around 1.5 million gallons of water fill the aquarium's four exhibits, where guests can identify five species of penguins, gape at sweeping coral reefs, and exchange salutations with Squirt, the blind sea lion. At The Caribbean, the aquarium’s largest exhibit, visitors can lock eyes with sharks and sea turtles and walk through an underwater tunnel occupied by thousands of kaleidoscopic tropical fish. Another biome soars 10 stories high in the Rainforest Pyramid, filled with more than 1,000 species of exotic plants and animals from three continents. In the Discovery Museum, Jam Remastered explores today’s tech-assisted music world through activities that blend science and math principles with activities including far-reaching whisper pipes, a spooky theremin, and a karaoke stage.
It's not everywhere that you'll find lush wetlands, glass pyramids, and flying golf balls in the same place. Moody Gardens Golf Course stands out from its typical fairway brethren with its tropical atmosphere and proximity to Moody Gardens' bounty of family attractions. There, golfers play through 18 holes of a course recently renovated by Jacobsen Hardy Golf Course Design, challenging their clubs to multiple water hazards and the towering might of more than 500 palm trees. Though the greens are carpeted with premium Paspalum turf, native flora is all around, thanks to surrounding Sydnor Bayou and the fact that the course is a popular destination for vacationing bluebonnets.