• Black Watermen on the Chesapeake Bay

    In honor of Black History Month, we partnered with Morgan State University, Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum to celebrate the connection between maritime industry, African-Americans and the Chesapeake Bay. Read More

    Published 2/23/2017

  • Chesapeake Bay Shows Signs of Health

    A report released last month shows the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay is better than it has been in decades! Read More

    Published 2/1/2017

  • Animal Update: Freshwater Angelfish

    Sixty freshwater angelfish have been added to our Amazon River Forest exhibit! Read More

    Published 1/20/2017

  • 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

  • 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

  • A Blue View: Making Waves with Baltimore's Water Wheel

    What does it take to collect more than 150 tons of floating trash in less than a year? You might expect the answer to be some kind of futuristic machine, but the truth is, the Inner Harbor’s Water Wheel has accomplished this feat through its combination of old and new technologies. Read More

    Published 4/19/2016

  • A Victory For Clean Water

    This week, the U.S. Supreme Court took a big step in the defense of clean water. Read More

    Published 3/2/2016

  • The Chesapeake Bay's Plastic Problem

    Do we really know how much plastic are in our waters?  Read More

    Published 8/12/2015

  • A Home for Baltimore's Wildlife

    The Aquarium’s Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Waterfront Park is a certified wildlife habitat right here in the heart of Baltimore City and is home to a myriad of native species, including the White-Throated Sparrow, Peregrine Falcon, Monarch Butterfly, Praying Mantis, House Finch, Honeybee and many more! Read More

    Published 8/6/2015

  • Happy World Water Day!

    World Water Day is once again around the corner! This international holiday is a time to explore our connections with water and reflect on the critical role it plays in our daily lives. Read More

    Published 3/20/2015

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