Aquarium of the Bay à San Francisco
Aquarium of the Bay
Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco is a popular tourist destination that showcases the marine life of the San Francisco Bay Area. Located at the edge of the pier at the iconic Fisherman's Wharf, the aquarium is home to over 20,000 marine animals that represent more than 300 species.
Opened in 1996, Aquarium of the Bay aims to educate visitors about the importance of conserving the marine ecosystem and how they can contribute towards it. The aquarium features various exhibits, including a touch pool where visitors can feel the texture of different sea creatures like starfish and sea urchins. Other exhibits include a tunnel that allows visitors to walk underneath swirling schools of fish, an octopus den, and a California sea lion exhibit that showcases the agility and playfulness of the marine mammal. Aquarium of the Bay also features an eco-friendly exhibit that explains how the aquarium uses sustainable practices to ensure the health of the marine ecosystem.
If you're planning to visit Aquarium of the Bay, you can also explore other nearby landmarks such as Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
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