Atlantic City Aquarium
19 locals recommend ·
About this place
The Aquarium provides a first class experience for shore visitors. The Aquarium also offers a unique educational field trip for students. It’s a great way to introduce visitors, classes or community groups to New Jersey’s Coastal Marine Environment.
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I myself have never been there. But I hear good things and it’s got a lot of good reviews on google.
Rainy Day? The Aquarium is only about a 10 minute walk to Historic Gardners Basin. Cute and fun for the kids and adults.
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