We don’t know if the lost city of Atlantis ever existed! But we do know that the Aquarium of the Bay General is a site that you simply cannot miss. Be greeted by the rulers of the sea as they swim past you. Located between Alcatraz ferry landing and Fisherman’s Wharf at Pier 39, this place hosts more than 20,000 species of the aquatic world. With florescent jellyfish and various interactive exhibits, this place is always bustling with an intrigued crowd. So to avoid any hassle, book this trip to get your ticket to this beautiful walk into the sea.
The main focus of this amazing place is the aquatic life and the habitat they exist in. Marine life thrives in this aquarium, making it an interesting place to visit for many travellers. Do you like sharks? If you say yes, then you get to see a number of species of this vicious predator of the sea in this aquarium. You also get to see other interesting creatures that exist below sea level like the octopus and the jellyfish. Other creatures include the green moray eel, orange garibaldi, the colourful rockfish and many such interesting species. You also get to find out interesting fact s like how anchovies always stick together so that they can avoid being hunted by predators. If that’s not enough, then hear us well when we say you get to walk underwater. That’s right, with the help of their 300 foot tunnel; you will feel as though you have entered another world, not known to many.
Get ready as this trip provides you with confirmation at the time of booking and it also allows free admission for children under 3 years of age. With wheelchairs as well as strollers being accessible in this place, you don’t have much to worry about. So, come on, let’s take a dive into the sea!