The National Aquarium reserves the right to implement health and safety procedures as needed to best protect our guests, staff and animals.
Health & Safety Procedures
At-Home Health Checks
We ask that guests monitor their health and not visit the Aquarium if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness and/or have a temperature above 100.4 F.
Staff and Volunteer Vaccine Policy & Health Checks
Since October 2021, a vaccine policy for Aquarium staff and volunteers has been in place. While the Aquarium is not required to implement these safety policies, we are committed to following the latest science and acting responsibly to protect the health and safety of our guests, staff, volunteers and animals. Additionally, staff and volunteers are required to monitor their health and not report to work if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness and/or have a temperature above 100.4 F.
High-traffic areas are frequently cleaned throughout the day to help safeguard against contamination.
In consideration of being permitted to enter and to utilize the facilities, services and programs of the Aquarium, Ticketholder voluntarily agrees (1) to assume all risks and to accept sole responsibility for any injury to himself/herself, for any loss or damage, and (2) to release the Aquarium and its employees for any claim or demands on account of any loss or injury, whether caused by the negligence of the Aquarium or its employees, while Ticketholder is in, upon, or about the Aquarium's premises or any facilities or equipment therein or participating in any program affiliated with the Aquarium. Ticketholder further agrees to hold harmless the Aquarium and its employees from any claims based on any actions, omissions, or negligence of the Aquarium in connection with Ticketholder's activities as described, including any claims relating to any communicable diseases, including COVID-19, as to which risks the Ticketholder acknowledges and voluntarily assumes.