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Where is the aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco?

Where is the aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco?

Discover the beauty and diversity of Northern California aquatic life at Aquarium of the Bay. Located on the historic San Francisco waterfront at PIER 39, the Aquarium is home to more than 20,000 marine animals including sleek sharks and rays, secretive octopus, hypnotic jellyfish, sparkling anchovies, frolicking river otters, and many more.

How to get into the aquarium of the Bay?

Aquarium of the Bay supports the use of public transportation. Present a current, valid Bay Area public transportation pass or transfer and receive $2 off adult admission, and $1 off child/senior admission (cannot be combined with any other offer). Visit www.511.org to get directions for using public transit to visit Aquarium of the Bay.

When does the aquarium of the Bay celebrate 30 years?

In 2020, Aquarium of the Bay is celebrating 30 years of sea lions at PIER 39 by having 30 local artists paint individual sea lion statues. Catch a glimpse of San Francisco Bay Area’s marine life and stay updated with all the excitement at Aquarium of the Bay.

How big is the aquarium of the Bay?

Under the Bay. Under the Bay is the Aquarium’s largest and most iconic exhibit area, featuring two-immense tunnels that total 300 feet, holding more than 700,000 gallons of carefully maintained water from San Francisco Bay. They are home to more than 200 species of animals that swirl and glide overhead.

How big is the Bay Ecotarium in San Francisco?

Situated amid a 3 acre public green eco-park dedicated to the mission of conserving, preserving, and saving the Bay, this iconic, highly visible generational non-profit initiative, will transform San Francisco into a destination of climate resilience and a beacon of environmental movement worldwide. BE the Movement ™.