H-E-B will present a Dollar Day Sunday at the Texas State Aquarium.
Admission will be $1, allowing patrons to experience the aquarium’s exhibits at a special discounted rate.
“H-E-B has been a generous longtime partner of the Aquarium’s Dollar Days and we’re excited to collaborate with them once again to give our guests a look at our newest exhibits and attractions,” Texas State Aquarium president & CEO Tom Schmid said. “H-E-B’s ongoing support of our Dollar Days is one of the many ways they’ve showed their continuous commitment to being a leader in our Coastal Bend community.”
For $1 admission, Dollar Day guests can experience all of the Aquarium’s exhibits including the H-E-B Caribbean Sea, a 400,000-gallon aquatic exhibit featuring the longest curved aquarium display window in North America, and the H-E-B Underwater Room, where guests can get an up-close look at the Aquarium’s four dolphins, Liko, Kai, Shadow and Schooner.
On Dollar Day, the Aquarium will also offer continuous screenings of “The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet.”
“It’s always a great visit for families to experience the joy and wonder of the Texas Stare Aquarium and H-E-B is thrilled to offer families an opportunity to create new memories,” said Rob Hall, H-E-B Gulf Coast group vice president.
Hours for the Dollar Day are 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. Children 2 of age and under will receive free admission, and parking is included with admission. Due to the significant increase in attendance on Dollar Days, regular presentations and visitor programs will not be provided.