Visitors were standing in line to see Mighty Mike, the aquarium’s fourteen-foot, 800-pound American alligator.
The aquarium has teamed up with Philadelphia’s Bassetts Ice Cream and is asking the public to submit concoctions for a Mighty Mike ice cream.
A baby penguin has made its debut at a New Jersey aquarium.
The New Jersey treasury department says it is getting ready to allocate more than half the land of the Camden’s Children’s Garden to the company that operates an adjacent attraction, the Adventure Aquarium.
Children’s Garden director Mike Devlin says he received a letter from the state Treasury Department last week saying that the garden needs to move by March 31 so the land can go to the Adventure Aquarium.
New Year’s Eve doesn’t have to be all about alcohol-fueled parties and crazy ball drop bashes. Toddlers, teenagers and parental units can enjoy the festive holiday by celebrating at family friendly destinations throughout Philadelphia. From scrumptious buffets to spectacular pyrotechnic displays, the city has it all. Skip the raucous revelers, ring out the old, and ring in the new with these top family friendly New Year’s Eve parties in the city of brotherly love.
Start your family’s own Thanksgiving history by taking part in one of these top family Thanksgiving celebrations and events in the Philadelphia area.
Kevin Keppel, executive director, says the aquarium has a long-term plan to expand its penguin exhibit.
In an effort to promote its extensive shark exhibit, Camden’s Adventure Aquarium is branching out — into center city Philadelphia.
Preparations are underway for the “Taste of Philadelphia” event, which runs from 5pm Friday to 7pm Sunday on Penn’s Landing.
The holiday season is filled with magic and wonder – not just for the little ones but children of all ages, too! Check out these top holiday attractions this season for making merry and enjoying the holiday season with the whole family!
Boost your memory with help from a jellyfish. This could be a way to avoid those brain freeze moments we’ve seen recently from some politicians.
Whether you’re looking to see sharks, hippos, and exotic sea life; or lions and tigers and bears; the Philadelphia region will not disappoint you. Across the bridge in New Jersey is not one, but two aquariums.
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