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Aquariums

By Edited Aug 25, 2016 0 0

Visiting an Aquarium is a lot of fun. Most Aquariums are catered to not only raising money for aquatic life conservation but also to the education of aquatic species and their environment. The best thing about spending a day at an aquarium is the fun factor. Aquariums are a great way to spend the day with your family.

Georgia Aquarium

Aquarium
The Georgia Aquarium is huge. The Georgia Aquarium is billed as the worlds largest aquarium and for good reason. This aquarium has over 8 million gallons of water. There is so much going on at the Georgia Aquarium that you can buy a season pass and go visit the Georgia Aquarium everyday and ALWAYS find something new.

The Georgia Aquarium is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Monterey Bay Aquarium

The Monterey Bay Aquarium is located in Monterey, California. The Monterey Bay Aquarium has a very wide and diverse activities for people of all ages. One of the favorite activities is the "Splash Zone".

New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is locate din Boston, Massachusetts. The New England Aquarium has been around since 1969 and according to there website attract 1.3 million visitors a year.

National Aquarium Baltimore

The National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland is home to many programs and help conserve many forms of aquatic life throughout the world. The National Aquarium Baltimore also has a dolphin show and the ever popular 4-D immersion show.

Aquariums are a fun and educational place for the whole family. You can visit an aquarium while on vacation and it may be the highlight of the trip for the kids. You do not have to be child to enjoy a visit to an aquarium. An aquarium is a great place for couples to go on dates too. There is nothing like taking your hot date to the aquarium and then out to a nice seafood dinner.

If you are lucky enough to live near an aquarium you can buy an annual pass to the aquarium and visit as often as you like. The proceeds from ticket sales go to help support aquatic conservation efforts.

Most aquariums are non-profit and rely heavily on donations and work from volunteers. If you enjoy the aquarium and live near by then you may consider doing volunteer work for the aquarium. You may lead tour groups or help captive sharks breed. Regardless of what your volunteer work consists of you will always be learning something new about aquatic life.

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