Characters from the game are embarking on a new adventure at the Seattle Aquarium.

License Global

September 25, 2023

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Promotional image for "Animal Crossing" x Seattle Aquarium.
Promotional image for "Animal Crossing" x Seattle Aquarium.Nintendo

Beginning Oct. 7, guests at the Seattle Aquarium can enjoy characters from the “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” video game while learning about the aquarium’s mission: Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment. Visitors can come face-to-face with marine animals, such as sea otters, harbor seals, octopuses, hundreds of fish species and more.  

The exhibit will include several features available for both members and the public, including: 

  • “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” photo opportunity featuring an aquarium-themed background with characters from the game. 

  • Themed creature descriptions presented by Blathers with information directly from the game. 

  • Standees of familiar characters from the game throughout the Aquarium near a wide variety of habitats. 

  • A bingo scavenger hunt, available via smart device to ensure guests don’t miss any of the fun. 

The aquarium’s partnership with Nintendo of America runs through Dec. 31, with additional themed activities coming soon.  

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