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New England Aquarium highlights

  • Embark on a trip to one of Boston's must-visit attractions - New England Aquarium and meet a wide range of marine animals living in their near-natural habitat

  • Catch sight of different species of sharks swimming past you, including the Halmahera walking sharks and spotfin butterflyfish

  • Make sure to capture the moment as you spot Myrtle - the green sea turtle, Tatoosh - the octopus, and other marine species like octopus, penguins & sea lions


New England Aquarium
1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110, USA

New England Aquarium cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation is made 2 days before the date of travel, no cancellation fees will be charged.
  • If cancellation is made within 2 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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New England Aquarium overview

New England Aquarium Location: 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110, United States

Operational Timings:

  • Monday - Friday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Saturday - Sunday: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Activity Duration: 3-4 Hours (Approx.)

About New England Aquarium:

Spend a wonderful day at New England Aquarium and come across more than 800 different species of marine animals. As you visit this aquarium in Massachusetts you get to see amazing underwater animals living in their near-natural habitat. It also consists of a gigantic 4-story ocean tank, where you can see a large number of sea creatures like turtles, sharks, and thousands of species of fishes. You can also explore other exhibits of this Aquarium like the Amazon Rainforest, Blue Planet Action Center, Yawkey Coral Reef Center, and many more. Book your New England Aquarium tickets and learn about the lifestyle of these marine creatures under the ocean.

 About New England Aquarium Tickets:

  • Explore the wonderful New England Aquarium in Boston and see a wide variety of marine animals.
  • See the Indo-Pacfic Coral Reef exhibit which houses tropical and subtropical species of fishes like Clownfish, Butterfly fish and the Unircorn fish.
  • Visit the Science of Sharks exhibit where you will learn about the evolution of these creatures and get a close look at many shark species from all around the world.
  • Spot two different species of penguins at the aquarium, the African Penguins and the Rockhoppers Penguins.
  • Come across the Sea Dragon Exhibit, where you can find different species of seahorses and 25 additional species of invertebrates and fishes coexisting together.
  • Touch and feel the texture of stingrays in the pool area of the aquarium and learn about their importance in the ocean ecosystem.
  • Book the New England Aquarium Tickets and learn interesting facts about marine life in a unique way along with your family and friends.

How to reach?

  • By Car: The activity location is 0.8 miles from the city center, it will take 5 min via Sudbury St and John F Fitzgerald Surface Rd.
  • By Bus: Take a bus to Atlantic Ave @ Milk St which is 2.76 away from the aquarium. You can reach the activity location from the bus station with a 1 minute walk.

New England Aquarium faqs

Are strollers allowed in the New England Aquarium?

Yes, strollers are permitted in the aquarium. However, due to limited space in some exhibits, it may be necessary to park strollers outside of certain areas.

Which are the different zones at New England Aquarium?

  • Giant Ocean Tank - a four-story Caribbean coral reef exhibit with hundreds of Caribbean reef animals, including sea turtles, stingrays, and hundreds of tropical fish.
  • Pacific Reef Community - an exhibit that recreates a Pacific coral reef ecosystem and features colorful fish, sea stars, and other marine animals.
  • Penguin Colony - a habitat that houses a colony of African penguins, complete with a rocky beach, nesting boxes, and a pool for swimming.
  • Amazon Rainforest - an exhibit that features a variety of Amazonian species, including anacondas, electric eels, and piranhas.
  • Gulf of Maine - an exhibit that showcases the unique marine life found in the Gulf of Maine, including lobsters, crabs, and sea urchins.
  • Trust Family Foundation Shark and Ray Touch Tank - an interactive exhibit that allows visitors to touch and observe cownose rays and small sharks.
  • Science of Sharks - an exhibit that educates visitors on the biology, behavior, and conservation of various shark species.

Are there any special events or exhibits at the New England Aquarium?

  • Whale Watch - The Aquarium offers whale watching tours during the summer and fall months, providing visitors with the opportunity to observe whales and other marine animals in their natural habitats.
  • Live Animal Presentations - The Aquarium offers daily presentations featuring live animals, including sea turtles, seals, and penguins. These presentations educate visitors about the animals' behaviors, adaptations, and conservation efforts.
  • Art Exhibitions - The Aquarium often features art exhibitions that highlight marine themes and issues, including photography, sculpture, and paintings.

How does the New England Aquarium support conservation efforts?

The New England Aquarium is committed to marine conservation and supports a variety of conservation efforts through its research, education, and outreach programs. Some ways in which the aquarium supports conservation include:

  • Research
  • Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation
  • Sustainable Seafood
  • Education and Outreach
  • Advocacy

Can I bring food or drinks into the New England Aquarium?

Outside food and drinks are not permitted inside the aquarium, but there are several dining options available onsite.

Can I volunteer at the New England Aquarium?

Yes, the aquarium offers a volunteer program for individuals who are interested in assisting with animal care, education, and other tasks. Applications for the program are accepted on a rolling basis.


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