Nocturnal Reef Walking - Explore the Reef at Night

Have you ever held a baby octopus in your hands?

Have you ever held a baby octopus in your hands?

Our night-time Reef Walk season is almost to an end!

 

Have you ever wondered what kind of animals swim or crawl around Hawaii's reefs at night? Then we got the program for you!

 

Explore Hawaii's shallow water reefs in a safe and family friendly way with one of our experienced guided to discover animals such as: anemane hermit crabs, moray eels, octopus, and many other creatures.

Click here to see our upcoming winter dates.
Last nocturnal Reef Walk is in February.

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Help us find amazing nocturnal animals in Hawaii's shallow water reefs.
Help us find amazing nocturnal animals in Hawaii's shallow water reefs.

Opae Ula - Hawaiian Super Shrimp

Our workshops are fun for people of all ages.

Our workshops are fun for people of all ages.

Did you know what NASA has taken our own endemic Hawaiian Super Shrimp to the International Space Station?

As a pet, this creature is super easy to care for and it's great as a study tool for kids.

 

We now offer off-site workshops with special themed decorative items to make your pet shrimp home look great.

Click here to find out about Camp Squid.


Click here to sign up for our upcoming workshops.

Saturday January 30, 4:30 p.m. Theme: Glow in the Dark at Aloha Crepes Kaimuki
Saturday February 13, 4:30 p.m. Theme: Sharks! at Na Mea Hawaii
Saturday February 27, 4:30 p.m. Theme: Sharks! at Aloha Crepes Kaimuki

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Each off-site workshop has a different theme with figurines to decorate your Opae Ula aquarium with. Think about adding a cool dinosaur or ocean creature to your pet home.
Each off-site workshop has a different theme with figurines to decorate your Opae Ula aquarium with. Think about adding a cool dinosaur or ocean creature to your pet home.

Happy New Years
Design your own Christmas tree shirt using shells and sea stars.
These two cute Porcupine Fish were found during our spring reef walks in shallow water.

From all the staff and volunteers at the Living Art Marine Center, we would like to wish you a happy new year. May you learn about and explore all the beautiful marine life Hawaii has to offer!


We're always updating our exhibits and animal collections so stop by on one of our fun Family Programs or book a birthday to see what new activities there are

 

 

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There's no limit to your creativity.
The Anemone Hermit Crab carries sea anemones on its shell.