The Waikiki Aquarium turns 110 years old this week and the historic marine exhibit is asking you to celebrate with them.
Saturday at 9 a.m. the aquarium will highlight their efforts of conserving Hawaii's marine life with aquatic art displays, live performances and special exhibits.
"They're all designed to look realistic compared to what you'd see in the wild. So, if you're not into scuba diving or snorkeling or have fears of going in the water, please come down because what you see here is what you'd see in the wild," said Dr. Andrew Rossiter, director of the Waikiki Aquarium.
Admission is just $1.10 to commemorate the 110th year.
The aquarium held its first celebration on Wednesday.