The National Aquarium has announced the birth of Felize, a Linne’s two-toed baby sloth.
The National Aquarium has announced that its newest interactive exhibit, Living Seashore, will open May 12.
March is Women’s History Month, a time highlighting the contributions of women across our nation and close to home here in Baltimore.
Visitors to Baltimore’s National Aquarium will soon have something new to see and to touch.
The National Aquarium has a special evening planned for Black History Month.
BALTIMORE, Md. (WJZ)—The National Aquarium’s “Pay What You Want Day” held this past Sunday raised more than $30,000 officials announced on Wednesday. The aquarium welcomed over 7,500 people where guests had the opportunity to choose […]
National Aquarium will host its first ever Pay What You Want Day on Sunday, Jan. 11 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Everyone is getting into the holiday spirit from the land to the sea.
Your adventure begins in Blacktip Reef, where sharks, rays, a 500+ pound green sea turtle and hundreds of tropical fish bring an Indo-Pacific reef to life.
They may not be ninjas, but turtles born in captivity at the National Aquarium are still pretty rare.
The National Aquarium says it’s adding an interactive exhibit where guests can explore the seashore without leaving the building in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Here are a few places to check out when you are in the area and looking to expand your scientific knowledge.