New York Aquarium
Speaking Tuesday on Coney Island, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city has “made an enormous amount of progress” over the past year.
The bridge, which connected the West Eighth Street subway station to the New York Aquarium and boardwalk, had stood for more than 50 years, but fell into disrepair.
The damp, raw weather may have canceled a day at the beach for Tri-State Area residents, but it did not stop many young visitors and their families from heading to the New York Aquarium at Coney Island.
The beach and boardwalk reopened Friday and officials also unveiled the new 2.2-acre Steeplechase Plaza, featuring the restored B&B Carousell.
Despite the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, Luna Park at Coney Island has opened to kick off the 2013 season. With more than three miles of beach, this place is more than just the amusement rides it is most known for.
About the half of the facility, including exhibits that feature the sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, penguins and others, will reopen to the public on May 25.
The aquarium has been closed since Oct. 29, when the storm surge came over and under the Coney Island Boardwalk, flooding all the buildings at the 14-acre park.
An orphaned walrus calf is being nursed back to health at the New York City aquarium, and has already won fans from around the world.
A 234-pound baby walrus will soon have a new home at the New York Aquarium.
On Thursday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled the $127 million design for the new “Ocean Wonders: Sharks!” building.
A cute chick is drawing crowds to Coney Island.
Normally, the monkeys at the Bronx Zoo go about their day-to-day business in utter bliss doing whatever monkey are supposed to do. Chewy the marmoset has a bigger agenda.
Tazo the sea otter was one of many aquarium residents to receive a pumpkin to snack on ahead of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s “Ascarium” festivities.
There’s a new addition at the New York Aquarium and he (or she) needs a name.
After more than seven decades in the sea, an 18-pound American lobster will be spending the rest of his life at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island.