The John G. Shedd Aquarium
1200 South Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 939-2438A visit to Chicago has to include the Shedd Aquarium. The John G. Shedd Aquarium is the world's largest indoor aquarium. The facility houses nearly 8,000 aquatic animals of some 650 species of fishes, reptiles, amphibians, inverebrates, birds and mammals from waters all around the world. No wonder the Shedd
OceanariumThe marine mammal pavilion features beluga whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, Alaska sea otters and harbor seals. They are in a re-creation of a Pacific Northwest coastal environment. There are winding
Seahorse SymphonyThe Bank of America has sponsored the Seahorse Symphony exhibit. You can observe the unique characteristics of these astonishing creatures, their toothless, tube-shaped mouths that allow them to suck up their minute food like industrial-strength vacuum cleaners. Their bony body
The GalleriesThe original Aquarium contains a wide variety of freshwater and saltwater exhibits. Animals from regions as far away as Asia, Africa and Australia are as close as Lake Michigan. A free-standing display features sea anemones and small oceanic animals that are frequently mistaken as flowers of the
Guests may relax and enjoy dining with a view in Soundings, Shedd Aquarium's fine dining restaurant or the Bubble Ne food court. There are two new gift stores that feature a variety of jewelry, souvenirs and books. Shedd Aquarium is generously supported by the people of Chicago through the Chicago Park District and relies upon visitor participation.
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