BALTIMORE, Md. - The National Aquarium of Baltimore announced the return of their 7-day ticket, allowing guests to visit as many times as they like for seven consecutive days in the week leading up to the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
Guests visiting between Monday and Sept. 2 can purchase the special ticket and visit the National Aquarium as many times as they like during that span. The seven-day ticket is just one of several special offers for ticket buyers during the week.
The seven-day ticket offer is available to purchase online at http://aqua.org/visit/baltimore/tickets-hours or onsite at the National Aquarium. All tickets issued for August 26 through September 2 will be valid for seven full days.
Also, Grand Prix of Baltimore ticket holders can enjoy the additional benefit of accelerated entry by presenting their valid race entry and a valid National Aquarium entry ticket between Friday and Sept. 1. Accelerated entry enables these ticket holders to bypass the general admission line. Entry is subject to timed and maximum building capacity restrictions.
To further encourage downtown visitors, the Grand Prix of will offer 10 percent off all adult race tickets (except Andretti Club and Kona Grill Turn 1 Club tickets) with purchase of a National Aquarium ticket through Sept. 1. For tickets and event information, visit the official event website at http://www.raceonbaltimore.com/ .
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