seatrek®

Dive Deep into the wonder

Dive deep into the wonder with our newest attraction, the SeaTREK® Experience! SeaTREK® is a guided underwater experience designed for all guests age ten and up- swimming skills not required. Guests will fully immerse themselves into the oceans habitat, where they will get up close and personal with fish, sharks, rays and much more.

Have questions? Review SeaTREK® FAQ sheet to learn more about the experience. Have more questions? Email us! seaTrek@msaquarium.org

about the experience

  • The entire experience will last approximately 2 hours, including orientation and changing clothes.
  • Guests do NOT have to know how to swim to enjoy / participate in SeaTrek.
  • Glasses can be worn in the helmet as your head remains dry during the entire experience.
  • Scuba certification is not required.
  • Be sure to bring a bathing suit and a towel.
  • All participants must be 10 years or older, be 4 ft 4 inch or taller, and weigh greater than 75lbs. 
    Guests ages 10 - 17 must be accompanied by a participating parent or guardian in the water.
  • You will be given a Mississippi Aquarium wetsuit to change into and a locker to store your belongings.
  • Some pre-existing health conditions may limit your ability to participate in SeaTREK®. Consult with your doctor if you have any concerns about participating and See if SeaTREK is right for you.
  • This program is not available to expectant mothers.
  • We ask any participants with special needs please contact us at SEATREK@MSAQUARIUM.ORG in advance so that we may ensure the best experience possible.

$84.95

Mississippi Aquarium's SeaTREK® experience is offered weekly, Friday - Sunday. There are two sessions per day and each session is limited to four (4) participants. Buy now to reserve your spot!

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*General admission not included in SeaTREK price.
*Pricing is seasonal.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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