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Park at Winter's Dolphin Tale Adventure (WDTA) & enjoy a FREE Trolley Ride to Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA)
Hours of Operation for Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA)
Monday – Sunday: 9am – 6pm
We are closed on:
Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve - Close at 2pm Christmas Day New Years Eve - Close at 4pm
GENERAL ADMISSION PRICING FOR CMA and WDTA:
- Adults – $19.95
- Children(ages 3 – 12) – $14.95
- Seniors(60+) – $17.95
*Tickets are valid for one day admission. CMA/WDTA visit must occur on the same day.
*Prices are subject to change until reservations are confirmed with full payment. All prices are subject to change without notice until paid in full. Seasonal rates, restrictions, and blackout dates may apply.
*At this time we do not honor coupons for activities booked online or over the telephone, and cannot be applied when checking in for your activity. Coupons are accepted for activities purchased at the CMA ticketing windows only.
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Clearwater Marine Aquarium
249 Windward Passage
Clearwater, FL 33767
Parking for guests with disabilities is located in the CMA parking lot near the Main Entrance on a first-come, first-served basis for guests with an authorized disabled government-parking permit and in the North parking lot at Winter's Dolphin Tale Adventure in downtown Clearwater. Disabled parking signs designate these parking areas and some spaces are van accessible. All cars parked in these specially reserved disabled parking areas without a permit are subject to applicable laws for removal/towing. CMA cannot issue or authorize temporary disabled parking permits.
Scripts outlining the dialogue in our presentations are available at Guest Services desk and ticket windows. Guests may ask a staff member or volunteer for assistance. CMA will provide written scripts for all of our animal presentations so that a deaf person can understand the story of each animal and what is being said about them.
Sign Language Interpreting
With a two-week advance notice (14 days), sign language interpreting services will be made available at CMA and/or Winter's Dolphin Tale Adventure at no charge. To arrange for sign language interpreting services the guest should contact us at 727-441-1790 and ask for Guest Services or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Caption monitoring is not available at this time but is planned in future presentations. Guests should contact us prior to their visit to determine availability.
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CMA is wheelchair accessible, with a small elevator to lift you to the second level and a chair lift to take you to the third level. However, the Sea Life Safari is NOT wheelchair accessible. A person must be lifted and carried onto the boat or walk a short distance to sit, leaving the wheelchair onsite. Guests are welcome and encouraged to bring their own wheelchairs and strollers.
For added convenience, CMA offers Manual Wheelchair Rentals (*250 lbs. maximum weight capacity) that may be rented on a one-day basis. If a guest is in need of this convenience item, we strongly recommend that they provide their own. There is absolutely no guarantee that a wheelchair will be available upon arrival on the day of their visit. A deposit is required for each chair. The deposit is returned when the guest returns the item undamaged to the checkout location. Driver's licenses cannot be left in lieu of deposit. Credit cards are accepted for deposits.
- Deposit: $50.00
For your convenience, wheelchair accessible areas are clearly marked with the International Symbol of Accessibility. At admission, upon request, an ADA wheelchair bound guest will be provided with a brochure and map of our facility identifying location of elevators, ADA restrooms, and ADA designated areas for each exhibit on the property.
Assistance animals are welcome at CMA. All assistance animals must remain on a leash or harness at all times and guests may not leave their assistance animal unattended. Assistance animals must remain a reasonable distance from CMA marine life and other animals. This is best accomplished by maintaining a minimum of six feet between the assistance animal and CMA's animals. Guests are responsible for controlling their assistance animal's behavior. If at any time a guest animal's behavior becomes a threat to the safety or well being of other guests, the guest with an assistance animal will be asked to leave the facility.