Celebrate Love With Us All February Long!

Published February 03, 2014

Fishing for love this month? You just might find it at the National Aquarium, where we're celebrating love throughout the month of February with special deals, events, features right here on WATERblog and MORE!
  • Planning a special visit to the Aquarium for your loved one? Couples can receive two adult admission tickets and two tickets for a 4D Immersion Film for just $59.95! Valid only for the month of February, this special offer can be purchased online at aqua.org/love with the promo code CUPID (blackout dates may apply).
  • For those looking for a unique way to celebrate Valentine's Day, join us for Date Night on Saturday, February 15! Couples 21 and older can enjoy crowd-free exhibits, live music, light fare and an open bar of beer and wine from 7-10 pm (Price: $99 for non-member couples, $69 for members).
  • For more information on "roe-mantic" events and promotions around town, head to aqua.org/love!
Help our friends at Sinai Hospital spread some love this Valentine's Day!  Sinai Hospital has launched a special Valentine's Day e-campaign to benefit their Children's Hospital. Their goal is simple: send 2,000 aquatic-themed valentines to their pediatric patients!

sinai valentine card

To help support Sinai's pediatric work, head over to their website and choose your favorite aquatic valentine to send to a patient. It's that easy! Stay tuned to WATERblog for upcoming love-themed features on some of our favorite species! 
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