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Sleepover with the Sharks


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This sleepover is every shark lover’s dream! With the help of the National Aquarium’s finned friends on January 18, 2019, you’ll debunk myths about sharks and discover just how important these incredible animals are to the health of our oceans.

Explore the aquarium after they’ve closed to the public and learn about sharks in their interactive Shark Lab. Enjoy a kid-friendly dinner, experience 4D Immersion films, and the opportunity to see special behind-the-scenes areas. You can even dare to walk the shark catwalk, where their largest sharks swim silently just inches below!

As the night winds down, set up your sleeping bag and fall asleep under the watchful eye of blacktip reef sharks. In the morning, after a continental breakfast, test your knowledge in a spirited, shark-inspired trivia game!

What: Sleepover with the Sharks
When: January 18, 2019; find the time(s) here
Where: National Aquarium, 501 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21202
Event Details: Find them here

Can’t make this date? Learn more about this opportunity and see additonal dates here.

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