The National Aquarium in Baltimore's Inner Harbor is redesigning its dolphin show — and its admission prices.
Beginning May 4, the "timed, limited-access and separately priced [dolphin] shows" will be eliminated and replaced by all-day access to the dolphins and their trainers, according to a statement released Thursday by the aquarium.
Visitors will no longer be able to buy an admission ticket that does not include dolphin access, which costs $24.95 for adults and $19.95 for children.
The aquarium is also increasing opportunities to interact with animals and revamping its website, aqua.org, the statement said.
National Aquarium eliminates timed dolphin shows, boosts base admission prices
New price structure includes all-day access to dolphins
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