Celebrate Halloween with a DJ dance party for kids under 18 and their families
The Aquarium will transform into a dance club for kids and their parents to celebrate Halloween with Haunted Atlantis, presented in partnership with Kids Dance Society. Dance alongside hula hoopers and Circuit Breaker the dancing robot. Snap a photo in the photo booth and add to your look with face painting and glitter tattoos. Glow items and LED flashing accessories will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes welcome. Parents can sit back and enjoy drinks and snacks in the Great Hall. The entire Aquarium will be open during this event, except Lorikeet Forest.
Kids Dance Society transforms Los Angeles nightclubs and private exclusive venues into a family-friendly daytime dancing event, where children and their adults can listen and dance to electronic dance music, current club music and mixes provided by known and respected DJs. Kids can see live performances by professional dancers, hula hoopers, stilt walkers and much more. Its events for both adults and children are a new way to bring families together to dance, inspire, create and share together positive vibes in a community of like spirits, in an environment that is both safe and stimulating for all.
Also meet our Pacific Pals puppets roaming through the galleries to learn fascinating and funny facts about the ocean. You can also join #TeamOcean and come up with ideas for how to keep our ocean healthy in a new film showing in our Ocean Science Center. This new Science on a Sphere show from XPRIZE’s Ocean Initiative aims to inspire people of all ages to come up with new ways to create a better future for our ocean and its inhabitants.
Our ocean faces some major problems, including overfishing and plastic pollution. In addition, humans have only explored 15 percent of the ocean floor. You can join #TeamOcean and come up with ideas for how to keep our ocean healthy, valued, and understood. This new Science on a Sphere show from XPrize’s Ocean Initiative aims to inspire people of all ages to come up with new ways to create a better future for our ocean and its inhabitants.