BALTIMORE - As part of a continuing effort to provide Marylanders access, the National Aquarium in Baltimore announced the launch of Maryland Mornings.
The Maryland Mornings program is a deal that will allow Maryland residents to receive $8 off adult general admission tickets and $4 off child general admission tickets.
Maryland Mornings runs now through February, Sunday through Friday before noon. Tickets can be purchased on-site at the National Aquarium, Baltimore ticket office.
The special rate is available through a partnership with the office of Governor Martin O'Malley.
"Maryland Mornings is a great way for Marylanders to get out and enjoy the sights at National Aquarium," said Governor O'Malley. "We hope that every family will visit and take advantage of this opportunity to learn about our Bay and aquatic life, as well as share in one of our State's great treasures."
National Aquarium inspires conservation of the world's aquatic treasures. It champions environmental initiatives by engaging with visitors, volunteers, education groups and schools to actively participate in the preservation of the world's natural resources and living-systems. National Aquarium, in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD, delivers meaningful experiences through its engaging living collections; our science-based education programs and our hands-on experiences in the field from the Chesapeake Bay to Costa Rica; and partnerships and alliances with like-minded organizations around the world. For more information on National Aquarium, visit http://www.aqua.org.
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