Celebrating our 45 millionth visitor!

Published October 26, 2011

The Nelson-Martin family from Springfield, VA become the National Aquarium, Baltimore's 45 millionth visitor(s) on Saturday, October 22! This lucky family enjoyed a special, fun-filled day at the Aquarium, including a behind-the-scenes Dolphin Encounter and lunch at our new Harbor Market Kitchen Cafe. They also received a year-long Aquarium membership and a special gift basket. This was the family's first visit the National Aquarium, and a remarkable experience they are sure to remember forever!
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