Shedd Aquarium is one of the oldest and largest aquariums in America. It was built in 1932. You walk up several flights of stone stairs into a huge atrium. Once you go through the line to buy your tickets, you immediately see the Caribbean Exhibit, a 360 degree tank, which has hammerhead sharks, barracuda, in addition regular shows of divers feeding the animals underwater.
Next you tour through various areas of the world and different environments, such as the Amazon, Southeast Asia, North America, and river, ocean, lakes, etc.
If you paid to see the Northwest/Pacific exhibit, you will be able to see the beluga whales and dolphins. The tickets were only several dollars more (~5.00) t...Read More