Aquarium at the Boardwalk Branson, MO
2700 West 76 Country Blvd. • Branson, MO 65616
Spark your curiosity of the deep blue sea with a visit to Branson Aquarium at the Boardwalk! Journey beneath the surface and explore colorful fish, sharks, stingrays, close encounter observation stations and 10 zones of fish and fun. Bring your family and friends to the Branson Aquarium and take home a new found appreciation for marine life.
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Yes, you must select a specific entry time when buying your tickets. Please check the available dates and times in the operating calendar above.
Once you enter at the stated time on your e-ticket, there is no limit to the length of time that you can enjoy the aquarium. However, please note that for the fish to stay healthy, their bedtime is 11 PM sharp. So, if your ticket is for 9 PM or later, please arrive on time to get the full experience.
It's a self-guided tour. You can explore the aquarium at your own pace. It usually takes 1 to 2 hours to explore all the exhibits fully.
The Aquarium at the Boardwalk is located on the site of the former Grand Palace at 2700 West 76 Country Blvd. Unit A Branson, MO 65616.
Yes, there is complimentary parking on site. The lot is accessible from Glory Road or Wildwood Drive.
Most of the aquarium's exhibits and rides are family-friendly except the Submarine Adventure—a 5D ride with loud, fun action and intense seat motion. For children ages 3–4 to ride, they are required to sit in a stroller with a secure seat belt or harness. Children under three are not permitted to ride. Lap sitting is not permitted.
No, but there are concession stands selling candy at the Treasure Trove Gift Shop. Outside the Aquarium on Branson Boardwalk, you’ll find ice cream and beverage/snack trucks that are also fun photo ops! At Spoony’s Infused Ice Cream, you can select up to three flavors to be swirled into your creamy vanilla or chocolate cone or cup. At the Budweiser Truck, choose from a nice variety of drafts, bottles, seltzers and IPAs, plus salty packaged treats.
Yes. The aquarium meets the ADA requirements. However, they currently don't have wheelchairs or scooters for rent, but you're welcome to bring your own. It is accessible for both.
Yes, the aquarium is accessible for strollers. They don’t currently rent them, but you’re welcome to visit with your own.
Casual attire is recommended.
Bring your camera for memorable photo ops with the coral reef, giant octopus, kelp forests, sea animals, and more.