The Aquarium of Niagara Brings Back $7.16 Days over Presidents’ Day Weekend. That’s a 64% discount from general admission!

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These guys are excited for the return of $7.16 days!

$7.16 Days are Back for Presidents’ Day Weekend

After a tremendous turnout in January, the Aquarium of Niagara has decided to reinstate its lowest admission rates of the year over Presidents’ Day weekend.  You don’t want to miss out on an  opportunity like this so gather up the fam and come to Niagara County this weekend.

The Deets

With every full-price admission purchased, visitors can purchase a second admission for just $7.16. This is a 64% discount off the cost of a full-price adult admission. Plus, they are extending their hours and adding live music to enhance the experience!  On Saturday, February 13, Zak Ward will perform from 5pm-7pm.  Sunday (Valentine’s Day) the Aquarium is open until 7pm and Monday, February 15,  they are  open from 9am-5pm. As the only aquarium within 250 miles in the United States, the Aquarium of Niagara believes it’s important to make our programs, events, and educational resources accessible to all members of the community. Despite suffering a nearly $1 million revenue loss during our COVID-19 related closure, the Aquarium believes it is important to promote accessibility and provide a welcoming atmosphere for all as a quality of life asset and educational resource for the community. In 2020, the Aquarium welcomed more than 4,000 people during a 716 Days weekend. Due to current COVID-19 related restrictions, the Aquarium its operating at 25% capacity and using a timed-ticketing system to manage visitor traffic. You must reserve your space ahead of time!

Visit Buffalo Niagara’s Aquarium

This is a great weekend to get reacquainted with Buffalo Niagara’s Aquarium. They have plenty of new exhibits, spaces and more! The Aquarium of Niagara committed to educating visitors about marine life and conservation efforts through interactive exhibits, programs and events. The Aquarium is home to more than 120 species of marine life including many animals that have been rescued and deemed non-releasable by the U.S. Government. Learn more at