Sea Lion Webcam

Sea Lion Webcam

To view the Sea Lion LIVE webcam, press the “GO LIVE” button. From there, you can press “Control” to choose a position, snap a screenshot, pause it or enter a full-screen mode.

Please contact HD Relay for any technical issues related to the camera presentation.

Join us to celebrate the 29th Anniversary of the Sea Lions’ arrival to PIER 39! The boisterous barking pinnipeds began arriving in droves shortly after the Loma Prieta earthquake hit San Francisco in October 1989. With a protected environment and plentiful supply of food from the Bay, the Sea Lions quickly decided to make PIER 39’s K-Dock their new home. Click here to learn more about the Sea Lions’ arrival.

Celebrate January 19-20 with free Sea Lion Center Walking Tours given by Aquarium of the Bay naturalists at 12, 2 and 3pm. Tours depart from the Sea Lion Statue, west of the PIER 39 Entrance Plaza. Tour participants also receive a complimentary beverage and special discounts at select PIER 39 businesses.*

Stop by the Sea Lion Center and enjoy these special daily presentations:

  • Party for the Planet Blue – 10:30am
  • What’s for Lunch? – 12:30pm
  • Sea Lion Shenanigans – 2:30pm

Missed our Facebook Live event kicking off the Sea Lions’ 29th Anniversary activities this weekend?  You can check it out on the PIER 39 Facebook page at

*All events and activities are weather permitting and subject to change without notice. Tour availability is limited and available on a first-come, first served basis. Discount and refreshments are for tour participants only, and only available while supplies last. One discount per participant. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Special Thanks to our Sponsors

Want to learn more about the world famous sea lions?

The Sea Lion Center, operated and managed by Aquarium of the Bay, is a hub for all things sea lion, including interactive displays, educational videos and many fascinating presentations led by Aquarium of the Bay Naturalists. Touch a sea lion pelt, size yourself up next to a real sea lion skeleton and more. Click here for more information.