National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD
The National Aquarium, Baltimore, features three pavilions of exciting attractions and a living collection that includes more than 16,000 animals from more than 660 species of fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and marine mammals that live in award-winning habitats.
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Baltimore City is full of history, renowned for its Inner Harbor renaissance, valued for its neighborhoods, praised for its rich cultural heritage and noted for its diverse and excellent restaurants. For a little flavor of the city, visit Baltimore.org.
Traveling to Baltimore
Baltimore's Penn Station, located at 1500 North Charles Street, is only 2 miles north of the National Aquarium. Taxi pickup and public transportation are available from the station. Obtain schedules and purchase tickets through Amtrak.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.
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Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is located just south of Baltimore City and is the most convenient airport to the Aquarium. From shuttle, taxi, and light rail services to limo pick-up, ground transportation from the airport to downtown locations is efficient and easy.
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Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is a provider of transportation services such as local buses, Metro Subway, Light Rail, and MARC Train for the Baltimore metropolitan region. The Aquarium is accessible via Charles Center and Shot Tower/Market Place Metro Subway stations, the Convention Center Light Rail stop, and local MTA Bus Service lines #7 and #10, as well as the free Charm City Circulator, all stop along Pratt Street.
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