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"Explore the Deep"
Nestled on the coast of Lake Michigan, the Shedd Aquarium is home to more than 650 species of fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, birds and mammals from across the globe. Explore Caribbean waters at the 90,000-gallon (340,690-liter) coral reef exhibit, or watch whales and dolphins play during marine mammal shows. Eat at Soundings restaurant, where you will find a panoramic view of Lake Michigan, or in the Bubble Net food court. Aquatic souvenirs are available in the gift shop.
1200 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL, United States, 60605
Today: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM Closed Now
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"Explore the Deep"
Nestled on the coast of Lake Michigan, the Shedd Aquarium is home to more than 650 species of fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, birds and mammals from across the globe. Explore Caribbean waters at the 90,000-gallon (340,690-liter) coral reef exhibit, or watch whales and dolphins play during marine mammal shows. Eat at Soundings restaurant, where you will find a panoramic view of Lake Michigan, or in the Bubble Net food court. Aquatic souvenirs are available in the gift shop.
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1200 South Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL, United States, 60605
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