Visiting The National Baltimore Aquarium

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Visiting The National Baltimore Aquarium

Sara Michel, Reporter

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The National Aquarium is one of the largest earning tourist attractions in Baltimore Maryland with more than 20,000 marine animals, reptiles, amphibians and birds among the building. Ticket prices for the aquarium range from adults, seniors, children (3-11), and children under the age of 2. The prices include; Adults: $39.95, Seniors (65+): $34.95, Children (3-11): $24.95, and children under 2 are free.

The car ride to the aquarium is about 2 hours and 16 minutes. The aquarium’s location is within the Baltimore City’s Inner Harbor. If looking for a place to eat, there are several restaurants located around the aquarium, such as The Hard Rock Cafe, Bubba Gump Shrimp, and The Cheesecake Factory.

The National Aquarium is a great place to visit any time, no matter the season because all of the exhibits are indoors. The main priority of the National Aquarium is to help people understand the life of animals.

To purchase tickets visit here.

Fish swimming in the Blacktip Reef exhibit in the National Aquarium.

The sandbar shark swimming in the Blacktip exhibit.

The yellow striped fish swimming in the Blacktip Reef exhibit.

One of the sea stars in the National Aquarium.

Red-capped cardinal in the Upland Tropical Rain Forest exhibit.

One of the dolphins swimming in the dolphin exhibit.

 

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