The Tijuana Aquarium is the only one of its kind in the state of Baja California, it has a surface area of 300 square meters and is located inside the facilities of the Tijuana Cultural Center.
Inaugurated on November 26, 2012, it offers a sample of marine species from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California and includes freshwater fish; It houses 500 specimens belonging to 12 species native to the region, 41 species from different parts of the world and 13 more Australian corals, in addition to a species of jellyfish and another species of freshwater turtle. The Aquarium is focused on reinforcing the identity of Baja Californians, through knowledge and appreciation of the entity’s natural resources, with regard to the fauna of the seas that surround the peninsula.
One of the attractions of the Aquarium is to be able to introduce part of the body into a fish tank so that you can feel and observe it as if you were inside it and appreciate the different species from a better perspective. Do not forget to take a picture. While visiting, see the new Gray Whale Marine Migrants exhibit and tour the Botanical Garden.
Visit Acuario Centro Cultural Tijuana (Tijuana Aquarium)
Decima, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana
Tijuana, B.C., Mexico, CA 22010
+52 664 687 9600
Tuesday 10 AM–7 PM
Wednesday 10 AM–7 PM
Thursday 10 AM–7 PM
Friday 10 AM–7 PM
Saturday 10 AM–7 PM
Sunday 10 AM–7 PM
Paseo de los Héroes 9350, Zona Río, 22010 Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico