There are nearly 200,000 square feet and more than 2 million gallons of marine and wild life at this world-class aquarium. The New Jersey State Aquarium, with its signature white dome, first opened in February 1992. A wave of nearby development followed as the Camden waterfront became a popular riverside destination. In 2004, the New Jersey State Aquarium closed its doors to make way for the new Adventure Aquarium. Adventure Aquarium first opened its doors to the public on Memorial Day Weekend 2005 after a massive, $53 million renovation and expansion project.
Sesame Place is the nation’s only theme park based entirely on the award-winning television show Sesame Street-is located just outside Philadelphia in Langhorne, PA. The ideal theme park for families with young children who share in the spirit of imagination and the fun of Sesame Street while whirling on rides, spinning down water slides, enjoying musical shows and spending time with their favorite furry friends, like Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster and all their pals.
One of the best laid-out and most animal-packed zoos in the country is set among a charming 42-acre Victorian garden with tree-lined walks, formal shrubbery, ornate iron cages and animal sculptures. The zoo has garnered many “firsts” in addition to being the first zoo charted in the United States. The first orangutan and chimp births in a U.S. zoo, world’s first Children’s Zoo, and the first U.S. exhibit of white lions. In addition to its animals, the zoo is known for its historic architecture, which includes the country home of William Penn’s grandson, its botanical collections of over 500 plant species.
Philadelphia is one of the country's great family destinations. It has a variety of attractions for different ages with the perfect amount of educational fun that will make Mom and Dad happy as well. Because Philly is so walkable and neighborhood based, a snack, a rest, or a new distraction is never far away.
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