Free Onsite Demos

Big Island, Oahu, and Bermuda

Big Island, Hawaii

Kid’s Fun Zone – FREE

  • Daily throughout day
  • Location: Dolphin Quest Village
  • Explore animals such as sea stars, hermit crabs, fish, and our fresh water turtle Pablo
  • This indoor area is a perfect spot to view the dolphins and play games with your family
  • Kids can enjoy coloring, reading, and playing in our Kid’s Corner to learn about ocean animals

Dolphin Talk – FREE

  • 11:45am – 12:00pm daily
  • Location: Dolphin Lagoon bridge, next to Lagoon Grill
  • Join our marine mammal specialists to be introduced to our dolphins
  • Learn how we care for these incredible marine animals in this fun and educational presentation
  • Discover each dolphin’s name and identify characteristics that make them unique
  • The content of these presentations will vary and may include dolphin feedings

Turtle Time – FREE

  • 12:00pm – 1:00pm daily
  • Location: Dolphin Quest Learning Center at DQ Village
  • Come hang out and meet Pablo, our freshwater turtle
  • Learn the differences between sea turtles and freshwater turtles
  • Discover what you can do to help and protect turtles in the wild
  • You may even get to see a turtle training session or play a fun turtle game

Oahu, Hawaii

Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle Talk – FREE

  • 10:30am – 10:45am and 3:30pm – 3:45pm daily
  • Location: Meet at the Guest Services Kiosk
  • Learn about the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle Ambassador Program
  • See our resident juvenile Green Sea Turtles
  • Discover what you can do to help sea turtles in the wild
  • You may even get to observe a training session or offer the turtles a snack


Daily Dolphin Demonstration and Conservation Chat – FREE with admission

Join the Marine Mammal Specialists at Dolphin Quest for an engaging dockside conservation chat that will connect you to our marine environment and the animals that depend on it. This daily* free demonstration is open to the public with paid admission to the National Museum of Bermuda. Be inspired and learn how you can make a difference.

Time: 1:45 pm

Cost: Free with paid admission to the National Museum of Bermuda