Ripley’s Aquarium will let you dine with the sharks in Toronto this Valentine’s Day

Toronto offers plenty of romantic Valentine’s Day adventures, and Ripley’s Aquarium is hosting an event with the ultimate ocean vibes.

On February 14, the aquarium serves dinner for two where couples can eat inside the aquarium’s signature shark tunnel. Diners can also choose to eat alongside some of their other exhibits and can sit beside a colorful sea of ​​tropical fish or hang out with stingrays.

“REEL in the one you love and take a trip under the waves to share an intimate dinner in front of some of our most spectacular exhibits with delicious dishes from one of Toronto’s finest caterers, Daniel and Daniel,” said the aquarium in a press release. .

Anyone who visits Ripley’s for their romantic evening is in for a treat.

According to the aquariumguests will be served a three-course meal with their choice of starter, main course, and dessert, along with a complimentary bottle of wine.

“We are thrilled to bring this special event back to the aquarium. With a reduced number of seats available, this will feel like a truly intimate experience for our guests,” the aquarium said.

Under current public health measures, spaces like aquariums can only be opened to half capacity.

Looking for a romantic evening instead?

The aquarium also offers a virtual option with a cocktail and cookie decorating course. Plus, there will be a musical performance by local Toronto musicians Dizzy and Fay.

Tickets are now on sale for both appointment options and are available to anyone 19 and older.

Valentine’s Day Dinner at Ripley’s Aquarium

Price: $350 per couple plus tax. Holders of an annual subscription benefit from a 10% discount.

Address: 288, boul. Bremner, Toronto, Ontario

When: February 14, 2022, from 6:30 p.m.

Why you have to go: Enjoy an intimate dinner with your SO among sharks, stingrays and all kinds of colorful fish at the aquarium.


In Ontario, a vaccine passport is required to access certain events, services and businesses, including restaurants and bars.

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