The Exploration Center and Aquarium???s November Theme focuses on ???Habitats Around Narragansett Bay?????
The cold weather brings seals to Narragansett Bay! Join us for a Seal Tour just down the road from our Aquarium! (Newport tours start November 18)??
NEWPORT, R.I. ??? November 6, 2017 ??? After weeks of pumpkin picking, hayrides, and spooky happenings, it???s time to celebrate November at Save the Bay???s Exploration Center and Aquarium at Easton???s Beach Rotunda, 175 Memorial Boulevard in Newport, R.I. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m.???4 p.m.
The November theme at the aquarium is ???Habitats Around Narragansett Bay,??? because as the seasons changes it???s a great time to explore all the corners of our ecosystem. ??
???The Exploration Center and Aquarium has done extensive specimen collection over the summer. We have new amazing creatures and many of our older specimens are breeding, giving visitors the opportunity to watch hatchlings grow. Just because Rhode Island is getting chilly, doesn???t mean life isn???t active at the aquarium,??? says Adam Kovarsky, Save The Bay???s exploration center manager.
Kovarsky has planned a full schedule of habitat-centered activities for November: including ???Story Time: Octopus???s Garden???, ???Create your own Habitat??? craft, and a ???Habitat scavenger hunt.
The Aquarium will also be open for Veteran???s Day, Friday, November 10??through Sunday, November 12, with free admission and discounted family memberships for active-duty military and veterans.
Family members always enjoy unlimited free admission to the Exploration Center & Aquarium for two adults and four children, as well as member rates on seal tours, summer camps, Save The Bay swag, and other goodies.
Family membership days are generously sponsored by Corvias Solutions.????
Also in November, Feeding Frenzy is a must-do event on Thursday, November 16, from 5-6 p.m. when visitors can help aquarium staff feed the fish, turtles, sharks and more.
For more information about the Exploration Center and Aquarium, visit www.savebay.org/aquarium or call 401-324-6020.