First if you have never been this is not a joke two-headed shark type place. It is a great aquarium with a very kewl shark tube and regular exhibits that change so it is worth going to more than ocne.

I already posted the PDF to the other Ripley's post but i had to get some more infromation from their education deptmartment:

Dates and Topics
  • September 9, 2009. Biodiversity and Conservation
    October 14, 2009. Lethal Weapons
    November 11, 2009 . Marine Mammals
    December 9, 2009. Plankton and Currents
    January 13, 2010. Down in the Deep
    February 10, 2010. Life at the Poles
    March 10, 2010. Funky Fish
    April 14, 2010. Earth Day
    May 12, 2010. Solar Systems, Stars and Weather

Program Times
  • Grades K-3: 1:30pm
    Grade 4-8: 2:30pm

Cost
  • Children (grades K-8) $9.00 plus tax ($10.02)
    Children (preK) $4.99 plus tax ($5.58)
    Children (under 2) free
    Adults $7.00 plus tax ($7.82)


Confirmed with Ripley's
The price for the homeschool program includes admission into the Aquarium after the program
Reservations
• Advance reservations are required for all programs.
• Home school families with annual passes may attend
programs for $2.00 plus tax ($2.20) per child (grades K-8).
I got the current annual pass prices, if you are thinking of attending a few it is worth it:
The Aquarium annual pass for adults (ages 12 and up) is $38.99 plus tax per person. For children ages 6-11 is $23.99 plus tax per person, and for children ages 2-5 is $12.99 plus tax per person
Contact
Education Department
Phone: 888.240.1358 ext. 2142
Email: [email protected]