Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
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Yay!! Free Norwalk Day is just around the corner. Admission on first Saturdays of October, November and December are free for the residents of Norwalk as a thank you for supporting The Maritime Aquarium.
The first Free Norwalk Day is Oct. 4. Proof is residency is required. Get all the info on our website.

Yay!! Free Norwalk Day is just around the corner. Admission on first Saturdays of October, November and December are free for the residents of Norwalk as a thank you for supporting The Maritime Aquarium.

The first Free Norwalk Day is Oct. 4. Proof is residency is required. Get all the info on our website.

"Look up to the sky. You’ll never find rainbows if you’re looking down." - Charlie Chaplin #Regram from @lunchtime28 #tmameerkats #maritimeaquarium #quote (at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk)

"Look up to the sky. You’ll never find rainbows if you’re looking down." - Charlie Chaplin #Regram from @lunchtime28 #tmameerkats #maritimeaquarium #quote (at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk)

Don’t be fooled! There’s only one blue lobster in this exhibit. As lobsters grow, they have to break out of their shells by molting their exoskeletons. After a molt, lobsters will sometimes bury or eat them. (They’re full of nutrients!)

Read more about their molting habits

Want more fun stuff? Follow is on Snapchat! Find us: maritimeaqua (at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk)

Happy National Coffee Day! Celebrate with a cup o’ jelly! Here’s some of our favorite designs from our Jiggle a Jelly Jellyfish Latte Art Contest earlier this year.

Take a look back at all the caffeinated masterpieces.

Have you seen this toad on exhibit? It’s an unknown species! When it came to the Aquarium, it was an unidentified tadpole. We believe it’s a hybrid caused by the breeding of two species.

Have you seen this toad on exhibit? It’s an unknown species! When it came to the Aquarium, it was an unidentified tadpole. We believe it’s a hybrid caused by the breeding of two species.

Oh baby! These baby lookdowns are swimming around behind the scenes. Young lookdowns have long, seaweed-like filaments and yellowish stripes. As they mature, the stripes fade and their filaments shorten and turn silver. They have a bit more growing up to do before they’re placed on exhibit!

See our silly side! Follow us on snapchat: maritimeaqua πŸ‘»

See our silly side! Follow us on snapchat: maritimeaqua πŸ‘»

Break out the champagne! Our new boat, the R/V Spirit of the Sound, will be officially named and christened tonight at the Aquarium’s dock at 6 p.m.
You can win a spot on the first public seal spotting cruises on Dec. 13. Enter here. 
(Photo by Hour Newsroom)

Break out the champagne! Our new boat, the R/V Spirit of the Sound, will be officially named and christened tonight at the Aquarium’s dock at 6 p.m.

You can win a spot on the first public seal spotting cruises on Dec. 13. Enter here.

(Photo by Hour Newsroom)