The National Aquarium, Baltimore has announced the launch of Maryland Mornings, a new program to get state residents to take advantage of local attractions. Sponsored by the governor’s office and the aquarium, the new promotion gives residents eight dollars off adult general admission tickets and four dollars off child general admission tickets Sunday through Friday, before noon, now through February.
National Aquarium’s mission is to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures, and Maryland plays a key role of the global pledge. The Aquarium conducts Chesapeake Bay conservation initiatives, offers educational opportunities for Maryland students and accessibility programs and promotions.
“Maryland Mornings is one of the ways for us to show our appreciation to our fellow community members. National Aquarium may have a reach that spans across the country and world, but our roots are in Maryland and many of our conservation and education efforts are based here,” said John Racanelli, National Aquarium CEO. “This initiative was one of the first things on my agenda after joining the Aquarium and I’m excited to see it come to fruition.”
Maryland Mornings is just one of several initiatives as part of National Aquarium’s commitment to providing the community with discounted opportunities to explore and learn about the aquatic world. Other discount programs include Dollar Days and Fridays After Five.
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