Vancouver Aquarium is an interesting tourist attraction is located in Stanley Park, Vancouver Island, Canada. Vancouver Aquarium was founded in 1956 and since then the aquarium has more than 35 million people visited local and foreign tourists. Now the aquarium is managed by an independent nonprofit organization, without receiving funding from the government. The cost of an annual budget of the Vancouver Aquarium in 2009 reached $ 23 million.
Since October 2009, the Vancouver Aquarium has been designated as a Coastal America Learning Center by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Vancouver Aquarium created aims to strengthen partnerships between Canada and the U.S., to protect and restore marine resources together.
Vancouver Aquarium is not just a tourist draw on the island of Vancouver, Canada, but the tourist attraction in the area of Stanley Park has also become a public aquarium that used to support the aquarium’s education, research, marine science, marine animal care and conservation programs. About 70,000 species of animals are stunning in Vancouver Aquarium.
Vancouver Aquarium opened to the public domain and may be visited by all people from all over the world. Vancouver Aquarium is open every day, from 9:30 until 17:00 pm, for 365 days a year.
For those of you who want to visit Vancouver Aquarium, the price of admission is $ 22 for adults and for children $ 17.