The re-energized focus on Long Island Sound's story is obvious in the colorfully redesigned main hall, which has been renamed Newman's Own Hall in celebration of a $1.2 million grant from Newman's Own Foundation."
– The Norwalk Citizen
There’s no shortage of inspiration at The Maritime Aquarium if you’re looking to fill your Instagram feed with amazing creatures and critters. We love seeing your share your memories and experiences, in fact, #WeWantMore! A surefire way to make sure … Continue reading
If you seek a tale of resiliency, look no further than the sea star. For humans, losing an arm means we’re pretty much out of luck. But for certain species of sea stars, re-growing lost or damaged arms is common, … Continue reading
Over this past week, The Maritime Aquarium’s harbor seal trainers have been working on making Orange the seal feel comfortable about leaving the exhibit. She’s not going anywhere in particular. All of our seals are being trained to leave … Continue reading
If you’ve ever taken a dip in Long Island Sound, you have the right to brag that you have swum with sharks. Yes, there are sharks in the Sound. Just last week, in fact, the crew of The Maritime Aquarium … Continue reading
While Sea Otter Awareness Week may be an excuse to bombard yourself with tons of adorable pictures of the furry critters, it’s also a chance to focus on conservation efforts and raising awareness about the issues sea otters face. According … Continue reading
By Dave Sigworth, publicist of The Maritime Aquarium When the person who tells you that we need to love and appreciate the natural world is also the person who – a few minutes later – lets a ring-tailed lemur crawl … Continue reading