Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
140 NE 1st Street,
Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: 561-278-0424
The Center offers a glimpse into South Florida’s fragile marine and freshwater environments through educational exhibits and programs.

Hours of Operation:
Tues-Sat: 10am-4pm Sundays: 12pm-4pm closed Mondays and major holidays.
About

See everyone tomorrow at 8am for the #internationalcoastalcleanup

Can you imagine a shark that does not eat fish? Well scientists were just as stunned as you are that this shark enjoys seagrass!

Can you imagine a shark that does not eat fish? Well scientists were just as stunned as you are that this shark enjoys seagrass!

Don't miss out on seeing the Alligator Feeding today at 1 pm! Free with Admission!

This beach in New Jersey offers a day when Dogs can join the surfers!

This beach in New Jersey offers a day when Dogs can join the surfers!

What are you doing around 3 pm today? Well I hope that you are making your way out here to attend the Jr. Shark biologist program! It starts at 3:15 and is free with admission! I hope to see you there!

Happy Saturday and that means you don't want to miss out on the shark feeding today a 10:30 AM! It is free with the $5 admission. Also make sure to make time for tomorrow's Jr. Shark Biologist program! This is at 3:15 and is also free with admission! See you there!

Sea Turtles released back into the Ocean in New Jersey! So awesome to see these guys go back home!

Sea Turtles released back into the Ocean in New Jersey! So awesome to see these guys go back home!

Don't Miss out on watching our Alligator feedings! It happens every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 pm and is free with admission!

Sunday’s Beach Cleanup has been cancelled, sorry for the inconvenience. Please join us on September 15th for the #InternationalCoastalCleanup!

Water baby: Weeks old dolphin pictured in Moray! 🐬

Water baby: Weeks old dolphin pictured in Moray! 🐬

Scientists are tracking the path of Sargassum to better understand how this seaweed grows as it travels the ocean’s currents; creating valuable shelter for ocean wildlife!

Scientists are tracking the path of Sargassum to better understand how this seaweed grows as it travels the ocean’s currents; creating valuable shelter for ocean wildlife!

With the warming of the Earth, scientists are now finding that Kelp forests are functioning differently!

With the warming of the Earth, scientists are now finding that Kelp forests are functioning differently!

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