Cebu Ocean Park

ANNOUNCEMENTS
It’s not goodbye, it’s sea you soon!

In compliance to the government’s directives to stop the spread of COVID-19, Cebu Ocean Park will temporarily suspend operations effective immediately until further notice.

It is with a heavy heart that we have come to this decision. But the safety of our community, customers and staff come first.

Not to worry, our socials will be continually updated and our animals well taken care of. Our core team will continue to provide care and operate critical systems in the park. Keep a lookout for our live streams!

We are one with the fight against Covid-19. Tough times don’t last, tough people, do. Stay safe and see you soon, Cebu!

If you have any inquiries, feel free to shoot us an email at [email protected]

WE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY

We will be open on December 25th and on January 1st! See you here!

WHAT'S ON

WHAT'S YOUR CEBU OCEAN PARK STORY

  •   My wife and I visited on our honeymoon. A unique building, layout, and exhibits. We enjoy history and it contains a LOT of history. Give yourself at least 3-4 hrs to navigate through.

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    10/20/2019
  •   My daughter and I enjoyed the beautiful British Museum with its expansive ceiling and design. It houses many artifacts of interest and I suppose it is good they are in one place. However, I side on the part of the countries, specifically Greece, who have...More

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    10/24/2019
  •   My adult son and I spent a very pleasant late afternoon here, both looking at exhibits and enjoying the cafe. Most memorable is the beautiful enclosed courtyard. As many others must mention, note there is not much indigenous to Britain itself. Still a great collection...More

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    7/23/2019
  •   Excellent visit for both adults and children to explain and discover history of nations. Egyptian civilisation was interesting.

    thumb Richard F
    2/13/2019
  •   Anyone visiting my hometown, this is a must. We visit several times a year and we're lucky to have this on our doorstep.

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    11/01/2019
  •   An awesome display about the rule of Ashurbanipal. King Ashurbanipal of Assyria (r. 669–c. 631 BC) was the most powerful man on earth. He described himself in inscriptions as ‘king of the world’, and his reign from the city of Nineveh (now in northern Iraq)...More

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    2/14/2019
  •   This museum is not to be missed. It's one of the top 5 in the entire world. You'll see the Rosetta Stone, mummies, Greek, Roman and Egyptian sculptures, Egyptian temples and so much more!

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    11/12/2019
  •   This is a huge place. I went mainly to see the Egyption sarcophagi and stonework but there is a huge volume of historical material on many subjects here. It was a bit overwhelming and it is almost a disservice to try and just browse through...More

    thumb Todd Z
    6/26/2019
  •   Certainly worth taking the time to see if you're stopping in London. It is large enough that you could not really see everything in a day, so plan accordingly.

    thumb Wyominghamster
    3/12/2019
  •   The building itself is a work of art especially the lobby!! The Egyptian exhibit was amazing!!! Could have stayed all day! Next time we are in London we will go back!!!

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    10/08/2019

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