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Level 1 Snow Emergency-                              

  • Open for normal business hours
  • Red Cross classes still running
  • SCUBA classes still running
  • AAO swim lessons cancelled

Level 2 Snow Emergency-

  • Closed for the business day or duration of the Level 2 Snow Emergency

If you have any questions regarding activities please feel free to call 614-545-3700 or visit our website

Aquatic Adventures Ohio will follow warnings for Franklin County.


Experience scuba diving at a new level.

We are home to the premiere dive center in the Midwest, having received the SDI/TDI Top Performing Facility award from 2011 to 2015. From training, to travel, to equipment, our professional staff is available to answer all of your diving questions. Our facility features two training pools, state of the art amenities, and a spacious dive shop carrying your every gear need. Take a walk through our facility with a virtual tour

Discover SCUBA.

Get a taste for SCUBA before you commit to full certification. The Discover SCUBA class is a $35 opportunity to learn the basics, put on the gear, and get in the water. Bring your swimsuit and towel, and we’ll provide the equipment. If you enjoy your Discover SCUBA experience, the Open Water certification is your next step. When you sign up for certification within 30 days of your Discover SCUBA class, you can credit $25 towards your Open Water class.

Get certified.

The Open Water SCUBA diving course is an entry-level certification course designed to give you the necessary skills to safely conduct open water dives. You will get experience in buoyancy, proper weighting, marine conservation, equipment assembly and maintenance, proper dive planning, and more.

Travel with us.

Are you ready for an adventure? Take a trip with us! From the South Pacific to the Florida Keys, we travel all around the world.

Feb. 2018: Roatan - Anthony's Key

Feb. 2018: Little Cayman Beach Resort

Nov. 2018: Bonaire - Divi Flamingo

DAN Divers Alert Network - Scuba Diving and Dive Safety Association