Maui Ocean Center, The Hawaiian Aquarium

Aquarium, Science Museum
192 Maalaea Rd (at Honopiilani Hwy)
Wailuku, HI 96793
(808) 270-7000
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm


  • Learn all about shark sex here.
  • A very fun and educational look at Hawaiian marine life. A definite must do, and go see the turtle hatchlings!!
  • Take the kids for a fun and educational experience out of the sun.
  • AAA discount: 10% off admission
  • seriously look at the jellyfish exhibit. closely lol
  • Ask a Maui Ocean Center naturalist when they plan on doing a feeding next. Scuba divers feed sharks and rays in the big tank and answer your questions live!
  • Shark, stingray and tuna tank is the best. I could sit and watch them all day.
  • Totally worthwhile and on the way to the airport. I highly recommend visiting the aquarium before or after a snorkel adventure to turtle town!
  • The best Aquarium in Hawaii!!! Excellent family experience.
  • Well worth a stop - not real huge, indoor and outdoor, friendly staff, very cool for kids or adults
  • May is Kama'aina month. Half off for Kama'aina and military.
  • The sharks & rays are really getting big. Some have been there 15 years now
  • This is a great place to take the kids... if you are a local, make sure to ask for the kama'aina admission fee. If you really like it, get the annual pass because you will be back. It is very calming!
  • 10 15 AM there is a shark story, 10 30 there is turtle feed and at 11 there is shark feed! Plan accordingly
  • If your visiting Maui, this is a MUST SEE place, specially if you have kids.
  • Nothing special, if u don't have little kids, that is
  • Pacific Whale Foundation has an awesome camp for kids! Tell Karen we sent you!
  • Show your AAA card for a discount.
  • Small aquarium with fish native to Hawaii. Not worth it if you don't have a discount.$90+ for a family of 4!?
  • Awesome gift shop, beautiful chandelier only 20,000 dollars, lol

Nearby places

Ma'alaea Boat Harbor Rd. (off Honoapiilani Hwy.)