[Skip to Content]Privacy Policy
Toronto, Ontario | 416-960-5200

Keywords Control

page up/down - previous/next month
ctrl+page up/down - previous/next year
ctrl+home - current month or open when closed
ctrl+left/right - previous/next day
ctrl+up/down - previous/next week
enter - accept the select date
escape - close the datepicker without selection
Ripley's Aquarium at Toronto
Ripley's Aquarium
About us
Before you go
Your Lodging Of Choice

Ripley's Aquarium:  Underwater Adventures & Shows

Located at the base of the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada houses over 16,000 exotic sea creatures and takes you on a wild tour below the sea. Go on this underwater adventure and learn about Canada's ecosystems, be transported to the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific, check out the impressive lights at the world's most extensive jellyfish display, watch live dive shows or take part in a S.C.U.B.A. class through Dangerous Lagoon. This remarkable attraction's most impressive feature though is the people mover sidewalk, which runs through a giant underwater tunnel so visitors can see directly into the ocean waters as sharks, turtles, fish and sawfish swim by. 



Choose Your Time Tickets:
  • Adult: $26.98
  • Youth (6-13): $16.98
  • Senior (65+): $16.98
  • Child (3-5): $6.98
Express Anytime Tickets:
  • Adult: $29.98
  • Senior (65 ): $19.98
  • Youth (6-13): $19.98
  • Child (3-5): $9.98
Sharks After Dark Tickets: SAVE even more after 7 PM
  • Adult: $24.98
  • Senior (65 ): $14.98
  • Youth (6-13): $14.98
  • Child (3-5): $4.98

Hours -

Open daily from 9 am - 11 pm. Hours may close early due to private functions, so check the website for updates.


  • Stingray Experience
  • Sleep With the Sharks
  • Friday Night Jazz
  • Morning Yoga
  • Symphony of the Sea
  • Paint Nite


  • Exhibits
  • Sleepovers
  • Birthday Parties
  • Dive Shows
  • Photography Classes


  • Can you dive with the Marine Life at Ripley's Aquarium?

    The Dive Shows at the aquarium features a professional diver swimming with the fishes, but Ripley’s Aquarium does offer public S.C.U.B.A. classes that allow visitors to swim with sharks, turtles, fish, and other sea creatures that make an appearance in the Dangerous Lagoon. These classes are held Wednesdays at 3 pm. 
  • What is the closest public transit stop for the aquarium?

    It’s easy to take the subway to the aquarium. Take the TTC subway to Union Station and head to Concourse Hall, towards the Skywalk. Once you reach the end of the Skywalk make a left, and you will see the entrance.

Helpful Links


Driving Direction to Ripley's Aquarium
or InterContinental Toronto Yorkville
Write a Comment
By submitting this comment you agree that your personal information will be made public.
Captcha Code
*  Required Fields