Aquarium of Niagara
While your group is in Niagara Falls, you should consider visiting the Aquarium of Niagara Falls. The location was established on June 12, 1965. It is dedicated to broadening the public's awareness of ecosystems through innovative and stimulating exhibits, displays, and educational programs that support research. It is a popular destination for visitors of all ages.
The exhibits at the Aquarium of Niagara are both fascinating and entertaining. One of the exhibits is known as Seahorse. Seahorses are one of the most unusual fishes that live in the sea. There are four species that are from the coastal region of the United States. You will find species such as the dwarf seahorse, the long-snout seahorse, the Pacific seahorse, and the lined seahorse. Another exhibit is the Sturgeon exhibit. Sturgeon can live to be 100 years old. The Lake Sturgeon is a long grey specimen. You may not notice them at first but area fishermen are familiar with this type of fish. It is a large prehistoric-looking fish that once thrived in the Great Lakes. However, it is not as plentiful today and there is a limit to how many can be caught in some states.
In the course of your group visit to the Aquarium of Niagara, group members will have the opportunity to get up close with the animals in an animal encounter. One of the encounters is known as the Penguin Encounter. The team will get up close to one of their Humboldt penguins. You will participate in an interactive session behind the scenes in the penguin enclosure. Group members can have a picture taken of the experience to take home as a souvenir.