By Krista Ritterhoff for The Island Connection
Summer is just getting started, and the South Carolina Aquarium is ready to show you some fun! With new summer shows and Shark Week right around the corner, the Aquarium is a great place to spend a day beating the heat and avoiding the crowds at the beach.
A visit to the Aquarium is not only fun but also a great educational experience to keep young minds learning in cool and interactive ways while school is out. The Aquarium is starting summer off strong in June with Member Month. There is no better time to become a member and ensure a summer of fun for the whole family.
Membership at the Aquarium is one of the best values in town, paying for itself in just two visits. Now through June 30, take an additional $10 off the price of membership for Member Month. Members enjoy unlimited admission and complete access to all the fun happening at the Aquarium for an entire year, as well as a series of exclusive discounts and benefits.
Benefits include invitations to special members-only events and programs at the Aquarium, free admission to the 4-D Theater, discounted Sea Turtle Hospital tours, discounts at the Sea Turtle Café and on souvenir photos, monthly e-updates on special programs and promotions, a year-long subscription to the Aquarium’s publication, tributaries, and your very own official membership card and car decal to show your support of the South Carolina Aquarium.
While membership provides unbelievable opportunities for fun, it also gives back to our animals and conservation programs. Because the South Carolina Aquarium is a nonprofit organization, your membership purchase supports animal care and helps us continue our efforts to protect the Lowcountry and its ecosystems. This support is especially important as our conservation efforts grow with groundbreaking on a new exhibit, Sea Turtle Care Center this fall.
To find out how to get $10 off a South Carolina Aquarium membership and to help the Aquarium advance its conservation initiatives, visit scaquarium.org.Tweet