Valentine’s Day After Hours at the Vancouver Aquarium

Event Details

Vancouver

Ever wondered what goes down when animals get down? Come along to
Valentine’s Day After Hours at the Vancouver Aquarium and learn all about
the romantic side of the animal kingdom. So, grab your sole mate and enjoy
an unforgettable evening:

• Listen to live music by Canadian singer-songwriter Melanie Dekker.
• Fascinating talks and shows including: How They Do It On The Discovery
Channel with our veterinary staff, I Chews You: How Sharks Make Their Move
and Fornication Relations in BC waters.
• Everyone loves a date at the movies! Check out A Reef Reborn 4D in our
amazing 4D theatre.
• Oh là là! Get romantic as you gaze at our 13-foot Eiffel Tower
covered in lights, and grab some mini French pastries.
• You can now get married at After Hours! Shing Weddings & Eternity
Moments will be hosting pop-up wedding ceremonies throughout the evening.
Contact elopewithusvan@gmail.com for more information.
• Can’t find a sitter? Our experienced Children & Youth team will be
hosting fun, educational evening programs for your kids while you enjoy
date night. Extra charges apply – contact campsandclubs@ocean.org for
more information.

Regular and VIP tickets are now on sale – get them while you can, this
event is known to sell out!

VIP tickets include:
– Early Entry @ 6:00pm to explore our Canaccord Gallery
– Exclusive Wet Lab Access
– Private Access to Theater Reproduction Talk (ONLY between 6 and 7pm)
– ‘Tier-up’ at the Bar all night (Premium Spirit upgrade)
– 10% off food

Important Info:
Photo ID is required for entry.
Tickets are available online only. No tickets available for purchase at the
door.
All ticket sales are final.
Membership cards will be required for member-priced ticket holders.

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