- Visit the Aquarium
- Animals & Exhibits
- Fun & Learning
- Aquatic Research
This event is part of the "Faces of our Planet" series. Click here to discover more "Faces of our Planet."
Largely unexplored, and considered among the most hazardous places to dive, the flooded caves, or “blue holes” of the Bahamas, are a potential treasure trove of scientific knowledge. Recently, National Geographic Emerging Explorer Kenny Broad, a diver and advocate for freshwater conservation, led a scientific expedition to these dangerous but fascinating blues holes, making discoveries with implications for fields as diverse as microbiology, archaeology, and even astrophysics.
Where: Garde Arts Center, 325 State St., New London, CT 06320
Tickets: adults $18, seniors (65+) $15, student/child $10, all aquarium members $10, group rate of $12/each for 10+ people, 15% discount for 3+ events
Click here to purchase tickets online. Aquarium members should call the Garde Box Office at (860) 444-7373 ext. 1 to purchase tickets at the member rate.
EventList powered by schlu.net
© 2008-2015, Sea Research Foundation, Inc. All Rights Reserved
55 Coogan Blvd., Mystic, CT 06355-1997 | email@example.com
P: 860.572.5955 | F: 860.572.5969