Florida Aquarium is hosting adult night Sips Under the Sea next month

Call the babysitter, now it's your turn to explore without bringing the stroller.

click to enlarge Florida Aquarium is hosting adult night Sips Under the Sea next month
Courtesy Florida Aquarium

The Florida Aquarium is staying open late to give adults the ultimate experience sans kids. 

You can go see the otters without a stroller jam-up, and no dirty diapers before seeing the sharks.

Oh, and there will be cocktails.

That’s right, during the aquarium’s Sips Under the Sea event on Friday, July 26, you can either make it a date night or a night out with friends to be a kid again, while also getting a little tipsy.

The after-hours event runs from 7-10 p.m., and the dress is “sophisticated summer attire.”

Once the event wraps up, you can hang around Sparkman Wharf, to keep the party going.

Not only do you get access to exhibits featuring over 14,000 animals, but tickets also include appetizers and a drink ticket for a signature cocktail. Additional drinks will be available for purchase with either cash or credit at the event. 

Tickets are available at flaquarium.org.

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