• Bringing STEM Scholarship to the Inner Harbor

    We’re excited to launch Living Laboratory: What Lives in Your Harbor, a new program dedicated to engaging students in science and environmental learning right here in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor! Read More

    Published 3/15/2017

  • Read to Reef Book Club Returns!

    In partnership with Enoch Pratt Free Library, we’re pleased to announce that another season of the Read to Reef book club starts today! Read More

    Published 3/1/2017

  • Building Climate Change-Resilient Seashores

    Not long after Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Virginia Beach last month, the National Aquarium hosted our annual community restoration event to strengthen coastal sand dunes as a frontline defense in the face of climate change.  Read More

    Published 11/10/2016

  • Q&A with Captain Philip Renaud

    In advance of his lecture on October 18, we chatted with Captain Philip Renaud, executive director of the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, about what drives his personal commitment to coral reef restoration. Read More

    Published 10/4/2016

  • Animal Update: Striped Grunt

    Three striped grunts have been added to our Atlantic Coral Reef exhibit! Read More

    Published 8/5/2016

  • An Exciting Future for Baltimore’s Waterfront

    Learn more about the National Aquarium’s plans to move beyond our walls and create a model urban waterfront that connects people with water in new and innovative ways! Read More

    Published 7/19/2016

  • Recap: Wetland Nursery Program 2016

    More than 300 students participated in this year's Wetland Nursery Program!  Read More

    Published 7/14/2016

  • Recap: Masonville Cove BioBlitz

    On Saturday, June 18, the National Aquarium hosted its 3rd annual BioBlitz at Masonville Cove, an Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership in Baltimore City. Read More

    Published 7/7/2016

  • A Blue View: A Natural Defense

    Floods, storms, hurricanes and other extreme forms of weather can have dramatic impacts on communities—depleting natural resources, damaging important infrastructure, causing injury and costing money. Read More

    Published 5/24/2016

  • A Blue View: Underwater Volcanoes

    From the surface, the ocean appears as a vast and level expanse of water. But miles below lies an intricate landscape of rising mountains, steep valleys, hills, canyons and cliffs—a seascape to rival its terrestrial counterpart. And among it, thousands of volcanoes scatter the seafloor. Read More

    Published 5/3/2016

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