There's tons of amazing event taking place all over the city this summer. One of the best is Ripley's Aquarium Toronto paint night that will have you painting underwater with your friends! You'll want to make sure to get tickets to this unbelievable experience. The adults-only painting class will be the tons of fun, as you'll be able to sip cocktails while painting in the underwater oasis.

The Ripley's Aquarium paint night will take place on Friday, September 6, 2019. It is perfect for everyone, no matter your artistic skill level. The fun class is super relaxed.

You can talk and sip on your drink, while the instructor teaches you how to make a super cute marine-themed painting. Best of all, after the class, you get to bring your artwork home!

If that doesn't sound incredible enough, your ticket to this extraordinary painting night also includes free admission to Ripley's Aquarium on September 6! Before the class, you wander through Ripley's Aquarium, including the stunning underwater viewing tunnel where you can see all sort of colourful fish.

You'll want to make sure to get tickets early, as paint nights at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto sell out quickly! Tickets are $50 a person and include your paint night class including all the supplies, same-day general admission to Ripley's Aquarium, and a ticket to Swim by Another Day. Drinks and snacks will be available too during the painting class for an additional fee.

Make sure to buy your tickets now, as there is only a limited number of tickets available! Tickets for the paint night on September 6 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm can be purchased on the aquarium's website.

Ripley's Aquarium In Toronto 19+ Paint Night

Price: $50 per person (drinks and snacks are extra)

When: September 6, 2019, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Address: 288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario

Why you need to go: Adults-only painting class while sipping cocktails at an aquarium!

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