Here are some of the questions that our guests most frequently ask. We also invite you to visit our visitor tips page to get the most out of your next trip to Newport Aquarium.
While you are with us, you are expected to comply with the following*:
Any Guest who fails to comply with the Terms of Sale, including without limitation those listed above, may at the discretion of Newport Aquarium have their Ticket revoked or confiscated by Newport Aquarium here with no refund of any amount paid therefor. Upon such revocation or confiscation, the applicable Guest and all members of their party shall have no right to remain in, on, or about the Property. Newport Aquarium reserves the right to ban such individuals from future admission to all or any of its Properties or from participation in any Herschend Family Entertainment Activities.
*A full list of Terms and Conditions applicable to your visit are set forth in the Terms of Sale, which may be found online at NewportAquarium.com or picked up at Guest Services. Your purchase of a Ticket and entering the premises constitutes your agreement to and acceptance of the Terms of Sale.
Yes. However, you may enjoy your visit more without bringing your stroller. Due to the nature of the aquarium experience, most kids and parents will enjoy their visit more without a stroller.
We offer a build-your-own option with our annual Memberships, which you can customize to fit your family needs.
Check our Annual Memberships page for full details.
Parking is available in the Newport on the Levee parking garage, as well as surface lots. Click here for parking prices and information.
The aquarium is wheelchair accessible.
We have one optional attraction, Shark Bridge, which requires guests to walk independently across it. However, we offer similar views and vantage points of our Shark Tank for those who aren't able to cross the bridge.
You can reach the Newport Aquarium Photography Department with any questions you have regarding your photos at 859-815-1436 or email@example.com.
A team member will respond to you within 48 hours.
Our ticket donation program is currently paused. We are not accepting donation requests of any kind at this time.
Master Card, Visa, Discover and American Express.
Newport Aquarium does not allow any outside food or beverages, except bottled water, inside the building.
Food and Beverage items are available for purchase at Sharky’s Café.
Newport Aquarium is located only two minutes from downtown Cincinnati at Newport on the Levee, which features a year-round schedule of festivals, special events, live bands and a variety of restaurants, entertainment and shopping. Click here for a directory of dining, shopping and fun options.
Learn more about area attractions at the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Traditional Mobility Devices. The Aquarium welcomes guests with disabilities and allows the use of traditional mobility devices, which are manually-operated or power-driven wheelchairs and scooters, walkers, canes, and other manually-operated mobility aids, in all areas of the Aquarium that are open to the public. If a guest's other-power-driven mobility device does not meet the requirements of a traditional OPDMD, there is a seated electric scooter available to use and manual wheelchairs for complimentary use by guests with mobility disabilities while at the Aquarium.
Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices. Guests with mobility disabilities may also use other power-driven mobility devices (“OPDMDs”) (defined as any power-driven device used for locomotion that is not a traditional mobility device) in all areas of the Aquarium that are open to the public if (1) the device is manufactured to not be capable of exceeding a speed limit of 3 mph; (2) the combined height of the individual and the device while in use does not exceed 7 ft.; and (3) the device is not gas-powered. These safety limitations are based on the physical and operational aspects of the Aquarium. Segways may not be used at the Aquarium because they do not meet these safety limitations. Guests with mobility disabilities must operate OPDMDs in accordance with the Aquarium’s rules for safe operation, which will be provided to the guests for review before entry into the facility.