Living Seashore Construction Update!

We’re happy to report that in the few short months since our newest exhibit, Living Seashore, was announced, a lot of construction progress has been made!

Published January 14, 2015

Living Seashore is an interactive exhibit that gives guests the opportunity to explore the shore and touch the animals that live between the tides. Located on the third level of Blue Wonders, this new exhibit spans 2,700 square feet. 

Artist rendering

Recently, our team had the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes with the exhibit’s designer, Chad Tyler, to hear more about the vision behind Living Seashore and how it’s being realized by a talented team of artists, construction workers and educators!

Stay tuned for more Living Seashore updates! 

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