Arrrgh! Shiver me timbers, pirates are once again taking over the Shreveport Aquarium in October with Mutiny! Embark on an epic haunted pirate adventure during regular aquarium hours. This year explore Sea Monster Alley, ramble of a creaky bridge and even meet a mermaid. Hunt in the Treasure Mine for loot. Learn valuable pirating skills and see all sorts of cool and creepy sea creatures. You get to choose the next Captain: Fun-Loving Goldgill or Fearsome RedFin! Will you be fed to the fishies? (No, but you can feed the stingrays.)
There’s a camp for young pirates
From October 10-14, 2022, kids ages 6-11 can partake in the special STEAM-powered Camp Mutiny. Not only will kids learn about the creatures of the deep, they’ll learn how to read maps, sail ships, hunt for lost pirate’s treasure in the Treasure Mine and design their own treasure chest! For more info and to register your young pirate wannabe here.
What goes great with pirates? Pancakes
The family can feast on pancakes, eggs, potatoes and more with the Mutiny Pirates for breakfast. There are two seatings (8:30am & 10:30am) on Saturday, October 29. Meet the pirate crew and learn all about becoming a Junior Pirate. Use all of the new-found knowledge to go on the haunted pirate adventure through the aquarium afterwards. Make sure to wear some pirate gear! For more info and tickets, click here.
The Cannon Ball
For adults (21+), attend the special Cannon Ball on Saturday, October 29 from 7:00pm-11:00pm. This swashbuckling soiree takes place at the aquarium’s outdoor courtyard on the riverfront. Have fun with Captain Nicolas Greybeard the Loud and his bawdy pirate crew! Drink some rum. Sing-a-long. Have fun! A ticket costs $65. It includes a commemorative shot glass with food and drinks available for purchase. Come in a pirate costume and really get involved. See the menu and reserve a ticket here.
Tickets for Mutiny can only be reserved online through the Shreveport Aquarium website with discounts for current members. Guests must follow local and state Covid policies and encouraged to social distance while touring the facility.