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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Atlantic City Aquarium

By Wednesday I started looking at the weather for my Atlantic City day trip that was taking place on Friday, July 7. Of course, all weather channels predicted morning rain and it didn't change day by day. I knew I wanted to do something in the morning to avoid the rain.

As I was looking on Google, Atlantic City Aquarium stood out to me because I didn't realize that Atlantic City had an aquarium! For only $10, I couldn't beat it.

I LOVED Atlantic City Aquarium. I loved petting the sharks and the sting rays, then watching the one worker feed the fish. It was small, but I loved the exhibits they had.

It took me an hour and a half to walk through the three-story aquarium. I especially loved the balcony they had where I could look out onto the marina. I loved watching the boats and the seagulls flying around. As soon as I saw the sun, I knew it was time to go to the beach.


  1. Hi, Jessica Marie!

    That looks like a terrific aquarium! We have one near us, too, and I love to visit the facility. I never heard of petting sharks before. That must have been fun. You collected some excellent shots of the fish, turtles, sharks, octopus, seahorses, jellyfish, hermit crabs, etc. The face on that ray makes him look like one of the plush stuffed animals you keep on your desk! :) I hope you have a wonderful time in Atlantic City, dear friend JM!

    1. Hi Shady!

      If you ever find yourself up north, I would definitely recommend the A.C. Aquarium. It's small, but it's welcoming and friendly. It's also not overwhelming.

      It almost seems like the ray was posing for me for the picture. I love when rays do that because all the rays did that in Toronto too. I might have to invest in a stuffed ray for my desk. :)

      I had a wonderful time in Atlantic City! I will send you an e-mail about my day trip.

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