The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered whales in the world. Its name comes from the idea that it was the "right" whale to hunt: it was slow moving, floated after death, and had enormous amounts of oil and baleen. Even though commercial whaling ended in 1935, fewer than 500 right whales are alive today. You won't see any right whales in the Aquarium, but you may spy one on an Aquarium Whale Watch.

Go on a Whale Watch!

You can see whales, dolphins, seabirds, and other exciting animals on an Aquarium Whale Watch. Buy tickets online.

Go on a Whale Watch!
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