Funds raised at the Party for the Blue Planet and the Sea Bash After Party will be directed to the Aquarium’s Education programs. You can learn more by visiting www.neaq.org/education. Cocktail attire is suggested. To purchase tickets, visitwww.neaq.org/blueparty or call 617-973-0295."
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Learn all that you need to know to become a "penguinologist" at the New England Aquarium's Penguinology exhibit. See below!
"Come visit the Aquarium to see penguins up close, peek into their burrows and find out what’s behind their underwater super speed. Learn all the tricks they have up their feathers when you pick up our Penguinology adventure guide! During your visit you will also have the chance to learn about these amazing birds, and how we can work together to help them survive in a changing world."
In addition to the penguins,you can view thousands of other amazing sea creatures - everything from seahorses to sea lions to the giant Pacific octopus! A trip to the aquarium is sure to be a fun and educational adventure for all!
For more information on the penguin exhibit, click here
The event will be held on November 22nd from 9:30pm-1:00am.
Tickets are $115.00 (plus fees). There will be an open bar (beer & wine), appetizers & a DJ.
"Since its founding in 1947, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts has been committed to providing adults and children with cancer with the best treatment available today while developing tomorrow's cures through cutting-edge research. Read about our history, our breakthroughs, and the resources that help us support the health of our neighborhoods and communities."
For more information on this event, including ticket availability, please go to FallFormal.com
June 8th is World Oceans Day! Come learn & celebrate what the ocean has to offer at the Aquarium in the Seaport District!
The event by the Central Wharf will have free "hands-on activities for kids, cooking demonstrations and lots to learn about ocean animals. There is plenty for the entire family to learn and do!"
The event will take place on the Aquarium's Front Plaza and in the Harbor View Terrace Tent, rain or shine.
Want to learn more about the ocean? Check out the New England Aquarium after the event and do some exploring!
Click here for more information on World Ocean Day!
There are a ton of activities to do outdoors in Boston, especially in the summertime.
But, what should you do if it's raining and you have a few people visiting?
Well, here are some ideas for some rainy day activities in and around the city.
Museums are great for all ages! Boston has over 40 museums in the area with various attractions. For a larger list of museums in the area, please click here.
The New England Aquarium just finished renovations, which means that even if you've been there a million times, there will still be some awesome new animals and exhibits to see!
The Duck Tour boats have a removalble plastic barrier so tourists can still enjoy the city and views without sunny skies.
In the summertime, there are a ton of performers that come to Boston. Whether you're into comedy, rap, ballet or circus performances, Boston has a wide range of venues for all the arts.
World Oceans Day is on June 8th and it is an opportunity every year to celebrate the world's oceans and reflect on the changes that have occurred over the years. On Sunday, June 9th from 11 a.m.- 5 p.m., the Seaport District will be celebrating World Ocean's Day with a variety of activities.
This year's event will showcase the importance of what communities, organizations, and individuals can do to protect & save our oceans and ocean life. Activities include free Boston Duck Tour rides, seafood cooking demonstrations, and live appearances by Radio Disney and exhibits to explain oil spill recovery, climate change and underwater rover exploration.
In partnership with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the celebration will also feature Dr. Seuss's seminal book, 'One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,' as the cornerstone of the children's activity area."
These fish are floppin around, entertaining locals and tourists day in and day out. The New England Aquarium is sure to amaze you with over 70 exhibits featuring aquatic animals from around the world.
Get your fingers wet in the shark and ray touch tank, check out the new outdoor dining menu, go on a whale watch, or sit back and enjoy many of the wonderful shows in the IMAX theater. With options galore, you can make what you want out of your visit to this aquarium. Take the kids or date it up with that special someone. The New England Aquarium is a fishy festivity that has something for everyone! If you don't believe me, ask the California Sea Lion. He thinks his rock, rocks!